The other day, my sister which was also my tour guide took me to downtown Beirut. While in Beirut, sight seeing wouldn't have been complete without a visit to the great Mohammed Al-Amin mosque. My first ever visit inside a mosque left me speechless by the design, architecture, colors and most importantly the serenity you feel when walking in. This was a humbling experience that I would recommend to anyone who visits Beirut. @livelovebeirut @livelovelebanon @insta_lebanon @lebanontraveler @beyrouthlife @natgeotravel #discover #travelphoto #lebanon #beirut #mosque #architecture #greatness #majestic #prayer #meditation #silence #beautifuldestinations #architecturelover #art #design #painting #holy #explore #ig_travel #light #dome #throwback #all_shots #humble #awesomeplace #amazingview #going #east #instamood #instagood
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