Jaame Masjid, Blackburn
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For the generic concept of "Central Mosque" مسجد جامي, and for other mosques with similar names, see Jama Masjid.
Coordinates: Jaame Masjid is a mosque in Blackburn, Lancashire, England. It was established from a house in 1962, incorporating two terrace houses. It became the first Masjid in Lancashire, recognised as the official central mosque of Blackburn.
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