ThePlace: Kfar Mosque, Saudi Arabia’s Hail region

ThePlace: Kfar Mosque, Saudi Arabia’s Hail region
Kfar Mosque. (Photo/SPA)
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Updated 18 January 2020

ThePlace: Kfar Mosque, Saudi Arabia’s Hail region

ThePlace: Kfar Mosque, Saudi Arabia’s Hail region
  • Due to its strategic importance, the mosque has been renovated several times, with improvements and additions.

With space for 400 worshippers, it is one of the most prominent mosques in the Hail region.
Also known as Al-Hameed Mosque, it was built in 1915 and named Al-Hameed after its neighborhood location. Its architecture is similar to other buildings of the era with construction in mud and stone, and a ceiling made of wooden squares, timber and palm leaves.
Due to its strategic importance, the mosque has been renovated several times, with improvements and additions.