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Hassan II Mosque

Hassan II mosque exterior from the outer courtyard. Minaret of the Hassan II mosque from the plaza. Attempting to capture the scale of the Hassan II mosque, a vertical panorama. Beneath the main floor of the Hassan II mosque, the men’s ritual Wudu ablution area. Library attached to the Hassan II mosque. Sitting, in the forecourt of the Hassan II mosque. Doors at the western end of the southern external wall of the Hassan II mosque. Wudu fountain at the Hassan II mosque forecourt. Main doors of the Hassan II mosque off the entry portico. Beneath the main floor of the Hassan II mosque, the men’s ritual Wudu ablution area. Interior view along the length of the Hassan II mosque. Very large bronze mosque door. The large mosque interior in part. Women’s ritual Wudu ablution area beneath the mosque. Mosque visitor’s door. Minaret stands tall over the mosque portico. Large door at the base of the mosque minaret. Mosque pinnacle. Entering the mosque. Main doors mosque from the entry portico. Mosque the entry portico, the minaret base to the right and the main doors center. Straight up, mosque ceiling. Women’s prayer balcony and the curving staircase leading to the balcony. Family seaside outing. Section and door not accessible by the public. Women’s prayer balcony. Section not accessible by the public. Beam and column detail. Tuned in. Mosaics of one of the many similar wall panels. Women’s prayer balcony and the seaward facing exterior wall.  Natural light photography permitted. Women’s prayer balcony and the plaza facing exterior wall. Natural light floods in through the seaward facing windows and door. Interplay of arches and columns. First look, it’s a religious moment, but looking again, it’s a selfie. Minaret looking up from the entry portico. Detail of work under a balcony. Domed ceilings and women’s prayer balcony. Determined. Sitting. Sunday seaside adoration. Sitting.