Known to be the most photographed mosque built in the city, the Jumeirah Mosque is visited by non-Muslims as well, as visitors gaze at the spectacular architecture and appreciate the beauty and sophisticated design. The construction work on the mosque started in 1976, and the structure was built in the authentic Fatimid style of construction. This intricately detailed and snowy white mosque structure surely one of the most beautiful ones in the city. Jumeirah also holds the distinction of being one of the very few mosques which are also open to non-Muslims. The one hour tours within the mosque are organized by the Sheikh Mohammad Center for Cultural Understanding. The mosque offers a unique insight into the Islamic architecture and Muslim values, thus giving visitors a clear view of the cultural and historical significance of the building. The tour proves to be highly informative and helps the visitors improve their understanding of the Emirates’ cultural values and customs, as well as the society and religion. The mosque’s architecture and design details are highly appreciated by most tourists visiting the place. There is no need to book for the tour and cameras are allowed inside the Jumeirah mosque to capture its beauty.