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The Geneva Mosque, also known as the Petit-Saconnex Mosque (French: Mosquée de Genève, Mosquée de Petit-Sacconex), was constructed in 1978 in the neighbourhood Le Petit-Saconnex in Geneva, Switzerland.
The mosque was inaugurated by the Saudi Arabian King Khalid ibn Abd al-Aziz and President of the Swiss Confederation Willi Ritschard, and is the largest mosque in Switzerland. The building has space for 1,500 worshippers. The Imam of the mosque is Yahya Basalamah.
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