Diyar Al Muharraq starts construction of new mosque in Deerat Al Oyoun

Khonji Mosque will span a total area of 1,000sqm and will be able to hold 615 worshippers

Diyar Al Muharraq, the Bahraini-based real estate development company, has started construction of a new mosque located on the northern end of its Deerat Al Oyoun project at the heart of the Diyar Al Muharraq megaproject, an archipelago of seven man-made islands located off the shores of Bahrain’s north-eastern coastline.

The Khonji Mosque will span a total area of 1,000sqm and will be able to receive 615 worshippers once completed, a statement from Diyar Al Muharraq said. it added that the addition of the mosque to the masterplan is in line with its commitments to serve its residents holistically, as a fully integrated, modern city.

The mosque’s construction will include the necessary facilities to serve a neighbourhood of more than 500 homes, offering ample parking spaces, and an adjoining hall for social events and gatherings, said the Bahraini developer in a statement.

Characterised by its design, the mosque is distinguished through a blend of Islamic architecture and contemporary style. Additionally, the dome and minaret will feature geometric motifs that reflect its simultaneously modern and Islamic character, while also creating a visual landmark in the Deerat Al Oyoun community

CEO Engineer Ahmed Ali Alammadi said: “We extend our sincere gratitude to the generous benefactors who contributed to this initiative, making the construction of this mosque possible during Ramadan. We look forward to unveiling the Khonji Mosque in April 2022, which will ultimately serve the residents of Diyar Al Muharraq, delivering on our promise to cater to every aspect of their lifestyle needs.”

Commissioned to local contractor, Adaa Building Solution, construction on the mosque has begun, the developer said.

Diyar Al Muharraq is one of the largest integrated cities in the kingdom, offering a variety of housing solutions and a luxurious modern lifestyle. It offers a mix of residential, commercial, recreational, and healthcare facilities.

5 1 vote
Article Rating


Most Popular

To Top
Would love your thoughts, please comment.x