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Pictures of thunderbolt hitting Mecca Clocktower go viral

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Mecca – A thunderbolt hit the Mecca Clock Tower in the City of Mecca in Saudi Arabia.

A photographer captured the moment the thunderbolt hit the giant building, which overlooks the Mecca Grand Mosque.

The thrilling pictures which were posted online, were widely circulated on social media websites.

The Mecca Clock Tower is the world’s largest tower clock. The building at the center of the sacred site breaks, is topped by giant clock face is 43 meters in size, the minute hand measures 23 meters in length and the clock drives weigh 21 tons a piece.

The Mecca Clock is 35 times larger than Big Ben and adorned in over 98 million glass mosaic tiles with 24-carat gold leaf.

By night over two million LEDs illuminate the tower clock making it legible from distances of over eight kilometres.








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: سبحان الذي يسبح الرعد بحمده والملائكة من خيفته

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: لا اله الا الله ، صواعق وبروق قوية

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