Green one domed mosque with gold stripes
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Again, I'm here to share some pictures of a green domed mosque with a gold stripe. The location of the Babul Huda Mosque is on the side of the Medan - Banda Aceh National Road, precisely located at Panggoi Village, Muara Dua District, Lhokseumawe City Government. This mosque has a large area, we can see it from the garden and parking lot. The parking lot itself is lined with maroon paving blocks so that the floor is more sturdy, neat and clean, besides that it will beautify the garden and mosque. So that the area of the mosque does not enter the pets of the surrounding community, a fence made of iron is also built that has green and white colors like a mosque building.
This green domed mosque with gold stripes has a white base color, this mosque only has one dome located in the middle of the mosque and has a "Moon and Star" decoration at the end of the dome. However, from the front view of the mosque, it can be seen that above it there are 4 small domes and each dome has a moon decoration at the end of the dome.
We can see that this mosque has many foundations that are painted green with gold paint strips, just like the dome of the mosque itself, if we count from the outside it has 40 foundations, we just count the outside. The east side has 14 foundations, the west side has only 4 foundations, the north side has 11 foundations and the south side also has 11 foundations, the entire foundation has the same diameter and even the foundation is not only visible from the outside only, but from within we can also see it. The point is half visible from the outside, the other half visible from the inside.
Each side of this mosque, both from the east, north and south has a main entrance, except for the west which is covered with a wall. However, beside the east side (left and right) there is a small door specially made for female pilgrims. So that we can enter this mosque we have to climb a small staircase of seven levels, right in front of the door there is an iron made of stainless steel to make it easier for children and the elderly to enter the mosque, the goal is to hold it so that it doesn't fall when entering the mosque. The floor of the stairs is entirely covered with white ceramic. Then, among the foundations that I have described above, there are many glass windows. This was specially made because the entire room of this mosque has been installed with Air Conditioner (AC) with a size of 1 PK. There are 20 air conditioners installed in this mosque. This means that each side of the room is installed with 5 AC units.
Inside the mosque there are 8 (eight) foundations, 4 large foundations are located in the middle of the mosque, precisely under the dome. 4 small foundations are located in the rows of women's congregations. The color of the foundation is the same as the other foundations, nothing is different. Under the dome there is a hanging lamp to beautify the mosque with classic nuances and on the walls of the dome it has a different color from the mosque, which is blue and a little white cloud decoration. It looks like the color of the sky. The ceiling in this mosque is made of wooden ceilings or known as lambersaring with carved white lines and each side of the frame is painted dark brown. On each ceiling measuring 2 meters x 4 meters there are 4 lamps up to 5 lamps as lights.
For the floor of the mosque, tiles have been installed, on top of which eight rows of dark green prayer mats are given, followed by 1 row of light brown amber and followed by 1 row of red amber with the pattern of the mosque dome. On the west side of the mosque itself, the walls have been installed with light blue and white ceramics, while at the far left and right corners, black ceramics with different motifs have been installed. On the white ceramic wall, 2 units of black patterned decorative lights have been installed on the left and right sides of the west part of the mosque. Still in the western part of the mosque there is a pulpit made of teak wood which has many carvings of Islamic motifs in dark brown like the basic color of wood. Behind the pulpit there are 5 wall clocks that have timed for the five daily prayers starting from Fajr, Dzuhur, Asr, Maghrib and Isha prayer times.
All the pictures that I share here I captured with the Canon M50 mirrorless camera, which I only used the default lens from the camera itself. At the end of the image processing I use software from Adobe Photoshop CC 2022.
|Camera Model||Canon M50|
|Setting||AF & MF|
|Flash Mode||No Flash|
|Processed||Adobe Photoshop CC 2022|
|Location||Aceh - Indonesia|
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