This mosque in Doha was built by an Arab named Al-Awadi. The mosque is divided into two parts, one for the prayer halls and the other for the courtyard. The outer prayer hall is separated from the courtyard by ten decorated columns.
The courtyard has two entrances and its wall was rebuilt after it was demolished. A house for the imam was added to the mosque along with a new ablution area.
On the southeast corner of the courtyard, the cylindrical minaret of the mosque is still standing, resting on a round base with a dome carried by pillars.
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