Monday, 6 July 2009

Masjid tercantik malaysia...

"The magnificent mosque with its golden domes and minarets has graced many a magazine cover and has a well-deserved reputation as one of the country's most beautiful mosques."

The stunning Ubudiah Mosque with its golden domes and minarets has a well-deserved reputation as one of the most beautiful mosques in the country. It has graced many a magazine cover, and is a source of pride to the locals as well as a symbol of their faith.

It is located at Bukit Chandan Recreational Park in the royal town of Kuala Kangsar. It was built during the reign of Sultan Idris Mursyidul Azam Shah I (1887-1916), the 28th Perak ruler. There were problems during its construction, which started in 1913. Once, two elephants belonging to Sultan Idris and Raja Chulan ran over the expensive imported Italian marble tiles. The outbreak of the First World War caused a delay in replacing the marble, and the mosque was completed only in 1917, when it was officially opened by Sultan Abdul Jalil Karamtullah Shah. The burial site for Perak's royal family is also found near the mosque.


Kelmarin gua ke kuala kangsar..saje jalan2 hari minggu..nak makan laksa kuala...lepak2 la kat medan selera..sedap lagi laksa ipoh kat padang polo..meleleh beb..ajinomoto lebih kot hahahaha...pastu gua singgah kat masjid ubaidiah...memang cantik masjid ni..pasni gua akan usha masjid2 lain plak...takbir!

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