Name of Mosque: Al-Jal’oud Mosque
Constructed in: 1175H.
Location: The Old Town (Al-Baldah Al-Qadeemah) The southern part of Sumairaa City ,About 120 km southeast of Hail city in northern Saudi Arabia.
Material: Mud, masonry and blocks. The roof is made of Ithil wood covered with iron sheets at the top for protection from rain water.
Capacity: Up to 80 worshipers.
Covered Area: 227 sq. m.
Dimension of prayer chamber: 14.5 x 5.35 meters
Dimension of courtyard:11.87 x 4 meters
Dimension of Al-Khalwah (solitary dwelling): 10.75 x 4.85 meters,
After recent Renovation:
Covered Area (Courtyard, Al-Khalwah, restrooms and ablution area for men): 250 sq. m.
Capacity: Up to 129 worshipers.
The Al-Jal’oud Historic Mosque is now open for worshipers.
The renovation of the historic mosque was carried out within the Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Salman Project for the Renovation and Rehabilitation of Historic Mosques in the Kingdom.