How do mosques differ in construction from churches?
Mosques are for Muslim worship and Churches are for Christian worship.
Both mosques and Churches are for Same God worship
Some Christians think churches, mosques, and synagogues are all the same thing, but they're not: 1. Churches are churches 2. Synagogues are synagogues 3. Mosques are mosques All 3 are called "places of worship".
About 204 churches and 519 mosques
Yes. But they are not called churches they are called Mosques.
Mosques and churches are both places of worship Mosques have dome on top and Muslims worship there. Churches have either a spire or tower on top and christians worship there.
No. Islam has Mosques.
No. Churches, synagogues and mosques are called "places of worship".
they are known as (Mosques)
Many Christians don't fully understand that Places of Worship have different names: 1. Churches are churches 2. Synagogues are synagogues 3. Mosques are mosques
why are their chapels on churches? its architechual culture
Muslims pray in mosques.
No, there are multiple churches however but no mosques to my knowledge.
Yes, and synagogues and mosques.
Muslims call their churches "Mosques"
There are no churches in Islam; the place of worship is called a Mosque. Like fathers in Churches, Muslims have Imams in their Mosques and all the worshipers line up to pray behind him. Unlike Christians, Muslims have their mosques for praying 5 times a day.
Actually, Muslims don't have churches. They have Mosques. And each Mosque is considered to be the house of god. Churches and Mosques are not alike because each one is for a different religion. I hope I helped and Thank You . P.S: I'm a Muslim <3
The majority of churches and monasteries in Romania are orthodox. But there are many Catholic or Protestant churches. Do not miss even a few synagogues and mosques.
Not ordinary churches like Christians: they go to mosques.
Churches, mosques, and temples are all houses of worship.
They are called mosques and are very different to churches such as they have tall minarets and big domes. It is pretty easy to recognise a mosque.
There is no main religion.You may find churches,synagogues and mosques here.
I don't know how many Mosques there are in New York City (probably none, but I don't know for certain). There are no Christian churches in Mecca because to enter the city you have to be muslim. ANSWER 2: There are 12 mosques in New York City and 30 mosques in Brooklyn. New York State, at this point in time (2010), has a total of 141 mosques. There are no houses of worship of any… Read More
The Egyptians worship, according to their religions, either in mosques, churches, or temples.
yes of course they did, they have existed for 100 years before that date.
There had been thousands of mosques in Russian states before the Communists took over the states. They demolished hundreds of mosques, temples, churches and other places of worshiped constructed by the followers of many religions. However, more than 7000 mosques are still found in Russia.
It is more incidental than actually religiously mandated. When the Muslims were exclusively in Arabia, most of their mosques were boxy-structures. This remains the general shape of the Masjid al-Haraam (Great Mosque in Mecca) and the Masjid an-Nabawi (Prophet's Mosque in Medina). When the Muslims conquered Egypt and the Levant they took over Byzantine territory with a number of Byzantine churches. It was typical of Byzantine Church architecture to have domes in their churches. As… Read More
a church, usually. They are often not as fancy as other churches or mosques, but its a church, all the same.
They include churches, synagogues, temples, shrines, mosques, tabernacles, etc.
Same reasons as christians go to churches - it's their place of worship.
Modern Egyptians worship in Mosques or Churches since they are either Muslim or Christian.
Muslims go to Mosques and Christians go to churches.
The same as they were called in earlier years. In Jerusalem there are churches, mosques and synagogues.
it depends on their religion Muslim Arabs worship in mosques christian Arabs worship in churches and so on..
Mosques are the House of Allah. They are the places where Muslims congregate five times a day to offer their daily prayers. Apart from that, in earlier times, they were also used as community centres and as the seat of government. Mosques are just like churches of christains, synagogues of Jews, and temples of hindues
Depending on their religion, people held religious services at Churches, mosques, temples, etc.
Buddhists meditate and pray, much the same as other people who like to go to churches and mosques.
They were carved out of solid rock.
Islamic holy buildings are not called churches, they're called mosques. It's the place where Muslims go to pray.
Temples are the same as mosques, chapels, churches, tabernacles, and other such places of worship. An antonym of this word would be dungeon.
There are many churches and mosques, but Leicester has the only Jain Temple in the western world and if you are planning a visit, this should be your priority.
Antarctica has no established religions (churches, mosques, etc.). The land mass is only populated by science researchers.
Many of the old churches remain and look very like they did in those days. In the West, people who are accustomed to ordinary churches would recognize them easily. In the East, the churches tended to look more like the older mosques we see.
Nothing makes a building inherently "Muslim", in fact, many mosques throughout the Middle East were former churches or synagogues in areas where the communities had converted to Islam or where the Islamic rulers requisitioned the building as a mosque (like the Hagia Sofia in Istanbul). Additionally, mosques have been converted into churches in places like Greece where there are no longer Muslims in sufficient numbers to use the mosques. If you wish to read about… Read More
There are about one hundred and twenty thousand registered mosques in Pakistan with an equal number of unregistered ones. There is no government control over the construction of mosques in Pakistan ,therefore the number is increasing every month whereas in other Muslim countries there is a strong check on the construction of mosques and it is easy to count the mosques.Even in Saudi Arabia it is the government that decides to build a new mosque.Even… Read More
I see a lot of domes on Orthodox churches but rarely see them on Catholic churches.
Sometimes they take place in mosques but usually in churches. :D (as u ask about wedding in mosques u probably mean to ask about Muslim wedding) it is not important for Muslims to go to a mosque for getting married. they can marry anywhere (following the rules ofcourse) like in home or a marraige-hall or in the court etc
bricks or stone, depending of their size and date of construction.
construction of underground churches
construction of underground churches