Darul Barakaat Mosque

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Darul Barakaat Mosque in Birmingham
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Darul Barakaat Mosque in Birmingham
Basic information
Location Bordesley Green, Birmingham
 United Kingdom
Geographic coordinates 52°28′36.2″N 1°51′54.5″W / 52.476722°N 1.865139°W / 52.476722; -1.865139Coordinates: 52°28′36.2″N 1°51′54.5″W / 52.476722°N 1.865139°W / 52.476722; -1.865139
Affiliation Ahmadiyya Islam
Website not available
Architectural description
Architect(s) ?
Architectural type Mosque
Architectural style ?
Completed 2004
Construction cost £ 1.5 million
Specifications
Capacity 500+
Dome(s) 1
Minaret(s) 1

Darul Barakaat Mosque ("Abode of Blessings" in English) is one of the largest mosques in the city of Birmingham, England.[1] It is run by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community and was inaugurated by Mirza Masroor Ahmad in 2004.[2] It is located in the area of Bordesley Green.

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