|Masjid Malik Abdullah|
|Ommayad Mosque, The Citadel, Amman|
One of the oldest mosques in Amman, was built by the Omayyad's around the 8th Century AD at the Citadel. Some of its ruined remains can be seen today.
|Grand Hussein Mosque, Al Balad, Amman|
In the old part of Amman, near the gold souk and not far from the old Roman Theater, is the Grand Hussein Mosque also known as the Al Husseni Mosque. Built by the late King Abdullah I in 1924, of pink and white stones, it is one of the oldest and most recognizable mosques in the city. Reportedly, there was an older mosque on this same site which was built around 640 AD by the second Caliph of Islam - Omar Ibn Al Khattab.
|King Abdullah Mosque, Al Abdali, Amman|
Close to the Jordanian Parliament, capped by a beautiful blue, mosaic dome, is one of the most famous and most recognizable structures in Amman: the King Abdullah Mosque. It was built by the late King Hussein between 1982 and 1990 - as a memorial to his grandfather and can accommodate thousands of worshipers. An Islamic museum is located within the mosque. As a reflection of the city's cosmopolitan character, it is very close to a Coptic church.
|Abu Darweesh Mosque, Al Ashfiyyah, Amman|
One of the most extraordinary and most striking mosque's you will ever set eyes on is the Abu Darwish Mosque which is on top of Jabal Ashfiyyah, the highest point in the city. Outside, the walls, the dome, the minaret and the fence around it - are all covered with black-and-white checkered patterns. Reportedly built in 1961, it has an interesting history.
|Grand Jordan University Mosque, Amman|
Being in the center of one of the busiest parts and highways of Amman, the Jordan University Mosque, in Jubeiha, near the University of Jordan, is always full during prayer times, especially on Fridays, on Eid days and during the fasting month of Ramadhan. It is also one of the most recognizable mosques in the city.
|Kahf Ahl Al Kahf Mosque, Amman|
Opened in 2006 is the Kahaf Ahal Al Kahf Mosque. It is one of the newest mosques in Amman and is adjacent to the more known and frequently visited legendary, ancient Cave Of The Seven Sleepers. Below, the King Hussein Bin Talal Mosque which is the largest mosque in the city. It was built by the present King Abdullah II in memory of his father.
|King Hussein Bin Talal Mosque, Dabbouq, Amman|
+ Prayer Times, Amman