Sunday, April 21, 2024

Saudi Arabia Unveils World’s First 3-D Printed Mosque

In Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, a brand-new mosque has been built using 3D technology. This mosque is situated in the Al Juhra housing project in the northern part of Jeddah. Covering a vast area of 5600 square meters, it stands out as the first of its kind in the country.

The construction of this mosque took approximately 6 months to complete. It was dedicated to Abdul Aziz Sharbatli by his wife, Wajnat Abdul Wahid. According to Wajnat Abdul Wahid, this project marks the debut of such advanced technology in the kingdom’s construction sector.

She highlighted the significance of incorporating modern technology for progress. This innovative mosque is seen as a pioneering step towards the advancement of the construction industry in the nation, setting a precedent for future developments.

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