🕌 Mosque


Religion, Islamic Faith, Tradition, Belief, Islam Architecture, Eid and Other Festivities

🕌 Meaning: A typical Islamic architecture hosting a single minaret with a cylindrical body and a pointed head placed next to a domed structure with a solid body beneath it, having three entrances, with the central one being slightly taller than the other two doors.

The 🕌 Mosque emoji represents the Islamic place of worship. This emoji signifies the Muslim belief, religion, devotion, tradition, and faith. It also refers to the incredible Islamic style of architecture that’s prevalent throughout the world.

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How and When to Use the 🕌 Mosque Emoji

  • If you’re posting or reposting beautiful mosque pictures either from a worship POV or an architectural POV or both, you can use 🕌 in those post captions.
  • Use 🕌 while sharing “Happy Eid” posts/reposts or even direct messages (DM). Similarly, this emoji can also be used in general contexts surrounding Islam festivities.
  • You can also use 🕌 in the caption while sharing pictures of your gorgeous Eid outfit(s) too!
  • Not just mosques, 🕌 can be used in the post captions for posts that are of and/or about dargahs, museums, and other architectural magnificence built by the Muslim community.
  • Besides, 🕌 can be used in other frameworks such as Salah and fasting too. For example, “Nothing feels better than a well-disciplined Salah routine 🕌”.

Other Names

  • 🕌 Masjid
  • 🕌 Musjid (in some strange spelling scenarios)
  • 🕌 Shrine
  • 🕌 Islam Place of Worship
  • 🕌 Temple of God
  • 🕌 Muslim Religious Site
  • 🕌 Dargah