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Masjid RASHID BIN SAQIR MOSQUE Dubai
Dubai

Masjid RASHID BIN SAQIR MOSQUE

Location: Naif Road between 20 St.
Al Murar, Dubai, UAE

This small old mosque is situated between Al Murar & Naif Area. During friday prayer approx. 2000 worshippers flocked this small mosque occupying the main Naif Rd.

Most of the Worshipper here are workers from business establishements that sorrounds the mosque.

Nearby Establishements:
Naif Park, Masjid Al Futtaim Mosque,
Fortune Grand Hotel, Al Nakheel Hotel,
Naif Souk

How to get here:

By RTA Bus:
1. From: Union Metro Station take C5 Bus 
    towards Gold Souq Bus Station 3A
   (10 mins, 3 stops)

2. Then go down Naif Intersection 2 bus stop
    and Walk to mosque About 1 min (83 m)

Running or Walking:

From Union Metro Station 
to D82Road/
Masjid RASHID BIN SAQIR MOSQUE

1. Head northeast on D88/Omar Bin Al Khattab Rd 
    toward Al Rigga Rd (97 mts.)

2. Turn left onto Al Rigga Rd (17 mts)

3. Turn right onto D88/Omar Bin Al Khattab Rd
    Go through 1 roundabout (1.0 km)

4. Turn left onto D82 Rd (270 mts.)

5. Sharp right toward D82 Rd.(29 mts.)

6. Turn left onto D82 Rd. towards the Mosque.

Visited during:
RUNmadan Challenge 2013
Day 6 - 15 July 2013 
Dubai Summer 40°C
vrp by:©rosspisuena2013

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Uploaded: 19/07/2013
Updated: 27/08/2014
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