Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Mesjid-Baiturrahim at Banda Aceh


Some months ago I had an opportunity to visit Banda Aceh. I visited one the masque at Ulee-lhe, i.e. Mesjid-Baiturrahim. It is a historic building at Banda Aceh. It was one the masques that was not destroyed by Tsunami. It still can stand up firmly until now. However, this masque needs improvement in handling water circulation.  When we prayed at this masque, it was very difficult for us to find the water for cleaning our body before praying (wudu). I hope the local government could solve this problem.

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