Baitul Huda Mosque, Usingen

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Baitul Huda
Baitul-Huda-Moschee Usingen.JPG
Baitul Huda in Usingen
Basic information
Location Usingen
 Germany
Geographic coordinates 50°19′57″N 8°31′12″E / 50.33250°N 8.52000°E / 50.33250; 8.52000Coordinates: 50°19′57″N 8°31′12″E / 50.33250°N 8.52000°E / 50.33250; 8.52000
Affiliation Ahmadiyya
Country Germany
Website http://baitul-huda.de/
Architectural description
Architectural type Mosque
Completed 2004
Specifications
Dome(s) 1
Minaret(s) 1
Minaret height 14 m

The Baitul Huda (House of Guidance) in Usingen is a mosque in Germany run by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community (AMJ) and was inaugurated on September 7, 2004 by Mirza Masroor Ahmad.

Its two prayer rooms are 77 m² each. The community in Usingen has 160 members.

The mosque was partially burned in the morning of December 23, 2004. A lot of people of Usingen made donations for the reconstruction of the mosque. After the reconstruction a tree in the entrance was plant as a sign of friendship. The incendiarism never was clarified.

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