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Hazrat Sultan Mosque

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Hazrat Sultan Mosque - From Entrance, Kazakhstan
Hazrat Sultan Mosque - From Entrance, Kazakhstan
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Hazrat Sultan Mosque
📍 From Entrance, Kazakhstan
Hazrat Sultan Mosque is the largest mosque in Kazakhstan, and one of the biggest in Central Asia. It is located on the left bank of the Ishim River in the Kazakh capital, Astana. The mosque is popularly known as the "White Mosque" due to its tall, snow-white walls. The mosque was designed by architect Mubariz Taghiyev, who was inspired by the Sheikh Zayed Mosque in Abu Dhabi. Built using the finest materials, it has 26 semi-domed minarets and a large marble façade. The Hajrat Sultan Mosque is the perfect place to experience the serenity of Astana and appreciate its architecture. Inside the mosque, visitors can view the beautiful verses of the Quran written in gold calligraphy. The mosque also contains several large chandeliers that give the entire place an enchanting atmosphere. Photographers are likely to have a great time capturing the spectacular architecture of the mosque and its intricate details.

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