Dublin Mosque

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Dublin Mosque
Dublin Mosque.jpg
Basic information
Location Dublin,  Ireland
Geographic coordinates 53°19′53″N 6°16′57″W / 53.33139°N 6.28250°W / 53.33139; -6.28250Coordinates: 53°19′53″N 6°16′57″W / 53.33139°N 6.28250°W / 53.33139; -6.28250
Affiliation Islam
Website islaminireland.com
Architectural description
Architectural type Church
Architectural style Romanesque
Completed 1884 (1983 converted)
Specifications
Capacity 500
Dome(s) 0
Minaret(s) 0

Dublin Mosque is a mosque on the South Circular Road, Dublin in Ireland. It is the headquarters of the Islamic Foundation of Ireland.

The Donore Presbyterian Church was constructed in the 1860s in the style of a 13th-century English church.[1] In 1983 the building on the South Circular Road was bought by the Islamic Foundation of Ireland and converted into a mosque.

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