Built to celebrate Mohamed's spiritual journey, this imposing Mosque is open to visitors of all faiths. More sober than the Dome, it was built in an early Islamic style; however, due to its complicated history, it features elements from different art styles, such as Romanesque arches, Corinthian columns, and Italian marbles. The Mosque used to host the King of Jerusalem and the Templar Knights during the Crusades era.
Address: Al Aqsa Mosque, Temple Mount, Jerusalem
More Info: Non-Muslims cannot visit during the Ramadan period, in late spring