Eid al-Adha or Sacrifice Feast is the most important religious ceremony that is celebrated in four or five days. Through this celebration, people sacrifice sheep and make foods for the needy and poor.
This Islamic celebration which is held on the 10th day of Dhu al-Hijjah is accompanied with Eid prayer, meeting elder relatives, visiting the graves and also fun and joy.
Sudatur during this great Muslim celebration welcomes guests and provides special services and programs.
|19st March to 29st March|
|19st March Saturday||20:00 - 24:00|
|20st March Sunday||Closed|
|21st March Monday||Closed|
|22st March Tuesday||20:00 -24:00|
|23st March Wednesday||Closed|
|24st March Thursday||20:00 - 24:00|
|25st March Friday||Closed|
|26st March Saturday||Closed|
|27st March Sunday||20:00-24:00|
|28st March Monday||Closed|
|29st March Tuesday||20:00-24:00|