On the outskirts of Jakarta, in an area called Depok lies Masjid Dian Al-Mahri, otherwise known as Masjid Kubah Mas (the Golden Dome Mosque) is a magnificent mosque in which little expense was spared in building. Unlike many mosques in Indonesia this one is set in an 80 hectare area surrounded by grass lawns and fruit trees.
The domes, pillars, chandeliers, and many of the ornaments, inside and out, are covered with 24 carat gold. Some of the other materials used, such as the granite and chandeliers were imported from Italy, Spain, Norwy, and Brazil. The mosque was built and owned by a successful local woman named Dian Juriah Maimun Al-Rasyid.
Admission to the mosque is free, but cars are charged a nominal fee for parking, of which there is plenty. People come from far and wide to see it and more than a few bus loads of worshippers as well for daily prayers. The mosque is well worth seeing, but, of course, do make sure to wear appropriate clothing that covers your legs and arms. There are a number of stalls for souvenirs, food and drink.
It’s address is Jalan Maruyung Raya, Depok , Indonesia
Check this blog for an amazing digitally enhanced picture of this mosque.
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