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Photos: All you need to know about Egypt’s Islamic Cultural Center, Misr Mosque that claims 3 Guinness World Records

President Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi listened to an explanation of the details of Egypt’s Islamic Cultural Center and the Egypt’s Grand Mosque, during his visit to the New Administrative Capital at dawn, Thursday, to join workers for the first suhoor in the blessed month of Ramadan.

Egypt’s Grand Mosque in the New Administrative Capital

According to the explanation, Egypt’s Grand Mosque obtained three international certificates from the Guinness World Records.

The first was for the largest pulpit in the world with a height of 16.6 meters, handcrafted from the finest types of wood.

The second and third were for the main chandelier of the mosque, being the heaviest chandelier in the world of 50 tons, and it being the largest chandelier with a diameter of 22 meters and four levels.

Egypt’s Islamic Cultural Center in the New Administrative Capital

Egypt’s Islamic Cultural Center in the New Administrative Capital is a great achievement and one of the most important projects established in the New Administrative Capital.

The Islamic Cultural Center was established in the new capital on an area of 15,000 square meters. It has a large place for services, as well as a group of spacious and multi-storey garages, with a capacity of about 4,000 cars.

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