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We have made a comparison between Somalia as it was, as it is now, and as it will be in the future.

We have made a comparison between Somalia as it was, as it is now, and as it will be in the future.


Aden Abdulle International Airport is the former Mogadishu International Airport was established in 1928; it is an international airport located in Mogadishu, the capital of Somalia. It is named after Aden Abdullah Osman Daar, the first President of Somalia. Originally a modestly sized airport, the facility grew considerably in size in the post-independence period after numerous successive renovation projects, The airport has one runway: 5/23, its length is 10,895ft or 3590m, and its surface is asphalt. The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) designator of his field is HCMM and its International Air Transport Association (IATA) code is MGQ.

                   This picture shows the oldest airport in Somalia


In December 2011, the Turkish government announced plans to further modernize the airport as part of Turkey's wider involvement in the post-conflict local reconstruction process. Planned renovations will include new systems and infrastructure, including a modern control tower to monitor the airspace.

In January 2013, a new immigration building opened at the airport. With Japanese support through the International Organization for Migration (IOM), it has offices, training facilities, and staff housing for early shift workers.

In September 2013, Turkish company Favori Limited Liability Company (LLC) began operations at the airport. The company has announced plans to refurbish its aviation building and build a new one, as well as modernize other modern service structures. This is his $10 million project that will increase the airport's existing capacity from 15 to 60 aircraft

This picture shows the present airport in Somalia


Somali federal government has said that in the future it will be moved from Aden Adde Airport in Mogadishu, because it is located in the city, and the airport has changed into a residential area for embassies and foreign agencies, so in the future, it is a large international airport will be built on the outskirts of Mogadishu. the first survey for the project to build a new airport in Mogadishu officially started in January 2020, and the airport will be built on a 14km plot. The airport will be strategically designed and the project to build it will be the largest to be implemented in Somalia.


                     This picture shows the future airport in Somalia


The oldest existing Masjid in Somalia is Masjid Jaama’a (also known as Friday Mosque or Masjid Jum’ah) – built in the year 636 AH, it is situated in the heart of Hamarweyne. It is one of the three oldest Mosques in Mogadishu, the other two being Masjid Araba’a Rukun and Masjid Fakr ad-Din (both built in 667 AH), all located in the historical quarters of Hamarweyn and Shingani. According to locals and oral tradition, the mosque was originally called Mohammed al Awal (which translated to Mohammed the 1st), this attests to the fact that the mosque was built during the period when Mogadishu was ruled under Mohammed Ali. In addition, adducing to this is that it was under his rule the Mosque Mohammed al Tani was also built, which translates to Mohammed the Second.

This picture shows the oldest mosque in Somalia



The Mosque of Islamic Solidarity was constructed in 1987 by Hamar Construction company with financial support from the Saudi Fahd bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud Foundation. It is the main mosque in Somalia's capital city, and an iconic building in Somali society. Following the start of the civil war in the early 1990s, the masjid closed down. It was later reopened in 2006 by the Islamic Courts Union, which began raising funds from the business community for intended renovations of parts of the building. In 2015, the Federal Government of Somalia completed formal refurbishments on the mosque's infrastructure. The Mosque of Islamic Solidarity is the single largest masjid in the Horn of Africa. It is capable of accommodating up to 10,000 worshippers. The Masjid also overlooks the Somalia Sea.

                     This picture shows the presence of mosques in Somalia



The cost of building the mosque was paid by the great businessman Sheikh Ahmed Nur Ali Jim’ale, who named the mosque after his father Ali Jim’ale, may God have mercy on him. Sheikh Ahmed Noor Ali is the main owner of Hormuud telecommunication company which is a company that provides telecommunications and other services. The mosque was built in a very high style, different from other mosques in Mogadishu, and it looks like the mosques in Turkey, while its construction has been going on for years

This picture shows the future of mosques in Somalia Ali Jimale




The design and shape of the building facilitate teaching and learning in many different ways. The environmentally friendly building is an example of the importance of nature and how to lead a friendly lifestyle in collaboration with the environment. Other factors such as the air circulation, temperature, noise, color, and lighting of the interiors add value to the learning styles and skill development of a child.

This picture shows the oldest school in Somalia.





School building designs can vary greatly in appearance, from modest private schools with a single main building to expansive public schools that may house hundreds of children. However, all great school building designs should share similarities in safe structural designs, non-toxic and eco-friendly materials, and features that promote a more comfortable, stimulating atmosphere.


              This picture shows the present school in Somalia.


   Future Schools in Somalia

As places where critique, collaboration, and problem-solving come together, these buildings are made to inspire future generations of architects and designers


                This picture shows the future school in Somalia.


1 Past hotels in Somalia

Hotel Curuba (Al-Uruba) Once catering to dignitaries and thousands of Italians during its golden age, the Al-Uruba hotel was an iconic landmark in Mogadishu. 1980s.

This is part of an ongoing project looking at some of the most important buildings in Mogadishu. These buildings stood still

during the war and have now turned into some of the buildings have now turned into well-known ruins within the city


              This picture shows the oldest hotels in Somalia.

2 Present hotels in Somalia

Mogadishu hotel Elite provides overnight accommodation for campus visitors and conference guests during the events. This attractive and comfortable conference hall offers different air conditioning private meeting rooms and comfortable foyer areas for informal meetings and other gatherings (equipped with TV wireless Internet and landline telephone and a mini-bar can be booked throughout the year).


                   This picture shows the present hotels in Somalia.


Future Hotels in Somalia

I think the future will be more modern ones the ones that are there now and also the hotels to be higher level ones as seen in the picture.


This picture shows the future hotels in Somalia.


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