El –Fattah Al-Aleem mosque is one of Egypt’s biggest mosques in Cairo. It is located at the entrance of the new administrative capital on the East Ring Road was inaugurated on January 6, 2019. The mosque construction was erected on an area of 106 Feddan (mostly two feddans are about 8600 m2), with the capacity to accommodate 17,000 worshipers. 7000 m2 outside yard is specialized for external prayers.

The purely white appearance covered with GRC prefab elements endows this construction with modern and special distinctive Islamic architectural style. 

The Mosque have four secondary minarets, wrapped with GRC elements, with the height of 95 meter and surmounted by 21 GRC Domes. The main GRC dome of the mosque, considered as the largest dome of mosque in Africa, with a diameter 33 m with weight of 5000 tons. In addition to 4 secondary domes with a diameter of 11.75 m, internal height 10.25 m and 29 m height from the ground, other than 6 small domes at top of the main entrances and ceremony halls and 10 other domes are on top of outer walls.

The mosque also comprises two buildings that included seven halls for occasions and are located on either side of the mosque that can provide accommodations to 2440 for an individual.



Completion Year



Building / Commercial Structural


Precast concrete / Glass fibre reinforced concrete (GRC)


GRC dome, minaret and decorative elements


Oriental Egypt