Al-Serkal Mosque

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Al-Serkal Mosque
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Al-Serkal from the street
Basic information
Location Cambodia Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Geographic coordinates 11°34′45.57″N 104°54′50.11″E / 11.5793250°N 104.9139194°E / 11.5793250; 104.9139194Coordinates: 11°34′45.57″N 104°54′50.11″E / 11.5793250°N 104.9139194°E / 11.5793250; 104.9139194
Affiliation Sunni Islam
Country Cambodia
Architectural description
Architect(s) Nadan Engineering Consultancy
Architectural style Ottoman
Specifications
Dome(s) 1
Minaret(s) 2

The Al-Serkal Mosque is the main mosque in Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia. It was a gift from Al Serkal Family, United Arab Emirates and opened in 1968. It is situated north of the town, near the Boeung Kak lake, which is now dry.

A new building, gift of the United Arab Emirates,[1] has replaced the original mosque, it opened in 2014.

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