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Muslims flock to Grand Mosque of Al-Rawda in Yemen on third day of Ramadan

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Sana'a, Apr 16 (EFE/EPA).- Muslims in Yemeni capital gathered Friday at the Grand Mosque of Al-Rawda on the third day of the holy month of Ramadan The Grand Mosque of Al-Rawda, located at north of the Yemeni capital Sana'a, was built over 400 years ago in a rectangular shape with walls adorned with Islamic architectural style-decorative carvings. It is composed of four galleries which all lead to an open hall in its center. (Camera: YAHYA ARHAB).SHOT LIST: MUSLIMS READ KORAN AT THE THE GRAND MOSQUE OF AL-RAWDA IN SANA'A, YEMEN.

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