The government of the country has taken the initiative to renovate one of the oldest mosques in Saudi Arabia, Jame Al-Safa, built 13 hundred years ago.
This mosque in Al-Baha area is included in the second phase of the development project of all historic mosques undertaken by Saudi Crown Prince and Prime Minister Mohammed bin Salman. It is said that the architectural style and historical importance of the mosque will be confirmed through renovation.
Al-Safa Mosque is located in the Baljurashi region of Al-Bahar, Saudi Arabia. The mosque located on the high hill was built with earth and stone about 13 and a half years ago. The mosque is surrounded by various buildings and structures made of stone.
It is believed that the Al-Safa Mosque was first built by Sufyan Bin Auf Al-Ghamdi. The information shows that the importance of the mosque was very high in the social context of that time. Villagers used to gather in the mosque to discuss various issues and solve all their problems. During the time between Maghrib and Isha prayers, social and religious activities were held in Al-Safa Mosque, 13 hundred years ago, with the settlement of various disputes.