King Fahad Mosque in Banjul is the largest mosque in the city is an example of the richness and diversity of Islamic architecture in Banjul. The skyline of Banjul is graced by the twin minarets of the King Fahad Mosque and the State House, built by the Portuguese.
The King Fahad Mosque is a good walk away, but itâ€™s worth the effort to gaze on the tall minarets and the splendour of its arches. Take in the bright fresh colours but remember, if you enter, remove your shoes, cover your legs and, if you are female, cover your head and shoulders. Itâ€™s important you respect the building and their religion.