Write an article on visiting the London mosque
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The Mosque has beautifully decorated a feature that makes the Mosque very attractive to visit. I did realize during my visit to the place that the London Mosque is built in almost the same design as other mosques in the country. Due to curiosity of knowing why the London Mosque employed a similar design like other Mosques, one of the Muslim faithful at the Mosque informed me that every feature has a religious meaning to the Muslim community. One of the physical features that I could see of the Mosque even before reaching the place was a tall tower, referred to as the Minaret. The Minaret is standing tall on the building, and there are four loudspeakers attached to it facing different directions. Despite not hearing the loudspeakers being used, I was informed by one of the congregants that they are used for calling congregants into the Mosque for prayers in the morning, mid-day, and in the evening as commanded by Allah. Allah is the name given to God according to the Muslim faithful. The loudspeakers are only used after getting permission from the government of the U.K. because I was told that they produce a lot of noise, which can be heard by someone living as far as ten miles away from the Mosque.
The London Mosque also has a beautiful done-shaped roof protruding slightly above the building. The dome is also decorated in a language, which I could not easily understand, but later realized that it was Arabic, the language spoken by a majority of Muslims. It was fascinating to learn that the London Mosque has a dome-shaped roof to keep the Mosque cool and airy a fact, which I did confirm upon entering the Mosque. In addition, the London Mosque has a dome-shaped roof to amply the sound of the Imam leading the congregation. This makes the sound of the preacher audible to members of the congregation. In fact, I could easily tell even before arriving in the compound of the Mosque that the territory was dominated by the Muslim faithful. This is because a majority of the congregants were dressed in Muslim attires mainly full dresses, with men dressed in white attires. Women, on the other hand, were dressed mainly in black attires with some covering their faces to the extent that one can hardly recognize these women.