Al-Rahma Mosque was built in 1985 on the edge of Jeddah’s Corniche in Saudi Arabia. Covering an area of 2,400 square meters, it receives Hajj and Umrah pilgrims from around the world. The mosque is a combination of modern and old architecture and Islamic art. Worshippers and tourists prefer to visit the mosque at dawn or sunset to enjoy the view of the Red Sea. It is also known as the Floating Mosque because it is surrounded by the sea during high tide it appears as if it is floating.