The facade of a mosque in Sharjah lights up for the Sharjah Light Festival.
PHOTO BY ARCHIVE
UAE residents can head to Sharjah to watch the emirate’s grandest mosques come alive during the Sharjah Light Festival.
The show will light up Sharjah’s most important mosques, including Al Noor Mosque on Khalid Lake Corniche, and the Sharjah Mosque, which is the largest in Sharjah, and Sheikh Rashid bin Ahmed Al Qasimi Mosque in Dibba Al Hisn.
The light shows will be held every day until February 19 from 6pm to 11pm on weekdays, and from 6pm to midnight on weekends. ICA/Expat Media
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