Muslims pray outside the central mosque in Moscow to celebrate the end of Ramadan on Tuesday, July 5. Eid al-Fitr is a three-day festival that marks the end of the Muslim holy month.
Muslims pray in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, during celebrations of Eid al-Fitr.
Muslims pray in Istanbul as they mark the first day of Eid al-Fitr.
Kashmiri Muslims shop in Srinagar, India, ahead of Eid al-Fitr.
Muslims in Jakarta, Indonesia, look for the new crescent moon that determines the end of Ramadan.
Shoe sellers display their wares in Dhaka, Bangladesh, on Monday, July 4. Traders expect to see good business at the end of Ramadan and the subsequent Eid celebration.
A man reads a large Quran made of carved wood at a school in Palembang, Indonesia, on Thursday, June 9. Ramadan, the most sacred month in the Muslim year, started on June 5.
A man rests at a mosque in Kathmandu, Nepal, on June 9.
A worker at a Gaza City coffeehouse decorates its terrace for Ramadan on June 9.
People pray at the al-Khaldi mosque in Gaza City on Wednesday, June 8.
A man in Sidon, Lebanon, wakes up Muslims for their overnight "suhur" meal before the day's fast on June 8. During Ramadan, Muslims fast from dawn until dusk.
Worshippers pray at the Nizamiye Mosque in Johannesburg on Tuesday, June 7.
A woman prays after breaking her fast in New Delhi on June 7.
A food vendor sets up in Aleppo, Syria, on Monday, June 6.
Children in Amman, Jordan, hold traditional lanterns at the start of Ramadan on Sunday, June 5.
People shop for food at a market in Sanaa, Yemen, on June 5.
A man in Bahrain looks out for the first crescent moon that marks the start of Ramadan.
A Palestinian man decorates his shop with lights near the entrance of the al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem on June 5.
A vendor stands outside a shop in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, on June 5.
Women shop at a market in Damascus, Syria, on June 5.
A large lantern decorates the street in front of the Mohammad al-Amin mosque in Beirut, Lebanon, on June 5.
Muslims hold prayers at the al-Akbar mosque in Surabaya, Indonesia, to mark the start of Ramadan on June 5.
A vendor sells traditional lanterns in Gaza City on June 5.
A woman shops for dates at a market in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, on Friday, June 3.
A man in Cairo shops for traditional Ramadan decorations on Thursday, June 2.
Egyptians walk past traditional lanterns in the Saida Zeinab district of Cairo on Sunday, May 29.