List of mosques in Germany

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This is a list of mosques in Germany by states.


Name Images City Year Group Remarks
Schwetzingen Masjid
Mosque of Schwetzingen Castle.jpg
Schwetzingen 1779 - Oldest mosque architecture in Germany. Non-functional as a mosque.
Mimar Sinan Masjid Mosbach
Mosbach Moschee.JPG
Mosbach 1990s DITIB
Yavuz Sultan Selim Mosque
Mannheim-Jungbusch 1995 DITIB Capacity: 2.500.
Große Moschee
Buggingen, Große Moschee.jpg
Buggingen 1998 DITIB
Alperenler Masjid
Alperenler-Moschee in Rheinfelden (Baden).jpg
Rheinfelden (Baden) 1996 DITIB
Fatih Masjid
Heilbronn 1987 IGMG
Mevlana Masjid
Eppingen 1996 IGMG
Central Masjid Offenburg
D Moschee in Offeburg.jpg
Offenburg 2002 DITIB


Name Images City Year Group Remarks
Freimann Masjid
Moschee Freimann Rückansicht.JPG
Munich-Freimann 1973 IZM Foundation stone in 6. October 1967
Penzberg 2005
Masjid in Sendling Munich-Sendling 1989 DITIB


Name Images City Year Group Remarks
Wünsdorf Mosque
Wünsdorf Mosque.jpg
Berlin-Wilmersdorf 1915 Wilmersdorfer Moschee
The oldest standing mosque in Germany—the Wünsdorf Mosque, built in 1915 at the Halbmondlager POW camp, was Germany's first, but it was demolished in 1925–26.
Berlin Mosque
Moschee Wilmersdorf.jpg
Berlin-Wilmersdorf 1924-1927 AAIIL
Şehitlik Mosque
Sehitlik-Moschee in Berlin, 2012.jpg
Berlin-Neukölln 2004 DITIB Architect: Hilmi Senalp; Capacity: 1.550.
Omar Ibn Al-Khattab Mosque
Omar ibn Al Khattab mosque berlin kreuberg.jpg
Berlin-Kreuzberg 2008 U
Khadija Mosque
Khadija-Moschee, Berlin, Germany - 20110603.jpg
Berlin-Heinersdorf 2008 AMJ
Fussilet mosque Berlin / Friedrich-Krause-Ufer Fussilet 33 e.V.[1]
Ibn Ruschd-Goethe mosque Berlin 2017 Seyran Ateş It is the first liberal mosque in Germany. Burqa and niqāb are banned. Men and women pray together. Women aren't forced to wear a headscarf.[2]


Name Images City Year Group Remarks
Fatih Mosque
Fatih-Moschee Bremen.png
Bremen-Gröpelingen 1999 IGMG Capacity: 1.300


Name Images City Year Group Remarks
Fazle Omar Mosque
Hamburg-Lokstedt 1957[3] AMJ First mosque built after World War II in Germany
Imam Ali Mosque
Imam-Ali-Moschee Hamburg.jpg
Hamburg-Uhlenhorst 1965[3] Sh Build by Iranian business men
Central Mosque Hamburg
Moschee in der Böckmannstraße in Hamburg-St. Georg.jpg
Hamburg-St. Georg 1977 IGMG


Name Images City Year Group Remarks
Abu Bakr Moschee
Abu Bakr Moschee Frankfurt.png
Frankfurt am Main 1966 IGF Islamische Gemeinde Frankfurt e.V. one of the biggest mosques in Frankfurt
Noor Mosque
Nuur-Moschee Frankfurt Germany.jpg
Frankfurt am Main 1959 AMJ
Anwar Mosque
Anwar-Moschee Rodgau.jpg
Rodgau 2008 AMJ
Noor ud Din Mosque
Darmstadt 2003 AMJ
Baitus Shakur
Bait ul-Shakoor in Groß-Gerau.JPG
Groß-Gerau 1992 AMJ Biggest Ahmadiyya mosque in Germany. Capacity: 850.
Baitul Huda
Baitul-Huda-Moschee Usingen.JPG
Usingen 2004 AMJ
Fatih Mosque
Stadtallendorf Mosque2.jpg
Stadtallendorf 2004 DITIB
Bait-ul Aziz
Bait ul-Aziz (Riedstadt).jpg
Riedstadt 2004 AMJ
Muqeet Mosque
Muqeet-Moschee (Wabern).JPG
Wabern 2007 AMJ
Bashir Mosque
Baschir-Moschee (Bensheim).jpg
Bensheim 2006 AMJ
Baitul Ghafur
Bait ul-Ghafur (Ginsheim).jpg
Ginsheim-Gustavsburg 2011 AMJ
Baitul Hadi Mosque
Bait ul-Hadi (Seligenstadt).jpg
Seligenstadt 2011 AMJ
Baitul Baqi
Bait ul-Baqi (Dietzenbach).jpg
Dietzenbach 2011 AMJ
Baitul Aman
Bait ul-Aman (Nidda).jpg
Nidda 2011 AMJ
Mevlana Mosque (Kassel-Oberzwehren) [de][4] Kassel 2014

Lower Saxony[edit]

Name Images City Year Group Remarks
Baitus Sami
Bait us-Sami.jpg
Hannover 2008 AMJ
Salimya Mosque
Göttingen 2008 DITIB
Islamisches Kulturzentrum Wolfsburg Wolfsburg Located at Berliner Ring 39, 38440 Wolfsburg. The Imam is Arabic. This mosque attracts all the Muslims in the city, majority of which are Turkish. Official website :

North Rhine-Westphalia[edit]

Name Images City Year Group Remarks
Alnoor Islamic Zentrum Belecke Maintained by Islamisches Zentrum Belecke
Bilal Mosque
Bilal-Moschee, Aachen.jpg
Aachen 1964 IZA Maintained by Islamisches Zentrum Aachen


Wesseling Mosque
„Mimar Sinan Camii“
Wesseling 1987 DITIB
King Fahd Mosque
Bonn König-Fahd-Akademie.jpg
Bonn-Bad Godesberg 1995 SA
Baitul Momin
Münster-Hiltrup 2003 AMJ
Vatan Mosque
Brackwede DITIB-Moschee.jpg
Bielefeld-Brackwede 2004 DITIB
Merkez Mosque
Wuppertal Moschee Gathe.jpg
Wuppertal-Elberfeld ? DITIB
Nasir Mosque
Isselburg 2007 AMJ
DITIB-Merkez-Moschee Duisburg IMGP0009.jpg
Duisburg 2008[5] DITIB 4th largest mosque in Germany, Capacity: 1.200.
Cologne Central Mosque
DITIB-Zentralmoschee Köln - April 2015-7489.jpg
Cologne DITIB Construction began 2009. The largest mosque in Germany.[6]


Name Images City Year Group Remarks
Hamd Mosque
Hamd Moschee Wittlich.jpg
Wittlich 1998 AMJ Capacity: 600.
Tahir Mosque (Koblenz) [de]
Tahir-Moschee Koblenz.jpg
Koblenz-Lützel 2004 AMJ


Name Images City Year Group Remarks
Centrum Masjid Rendsburg
Moschee Rendsburg 20091003-DSCF4338.jpg
Rendsburg 2008 IGMG Capacity: 300; 2 Minarets à 26 m.


AAIIL Lahore Ahmadiyya Group
AMJ Ahmadiyya Community
ATIB Union der Türkisch-Islamischen Kulturvereine in Europa
DITIB Diyanet İşleri Türk İslam Birliği
IGMG Millî Görüş
IZA Islamic Centre Aachen
IZM Islamic Centre Munich
SA Saudi Arabia (Wahhabism)
Sh Shia Islam
TJ Tablighi Jamaat
U Unknown

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Heil, Georg (February 22, 2017). "The Berlin Attack and the "Abu Walaa" Islamic State Recruitment Network". Combating Terrorism Center. Retrieved March 28, 2017. Both men also attended prayers at the Fussilet mosque in Berlin, which Amri visited on the day of the attack and where he used to sleep occasionally. The Fussilet mosque is run by an association named “Fussilet 33 e.V.,” which had already attracted police attention for suspected Islamic State recruiting.
  2. ^ Germany, SPIEGEL ONLINE, Hamburg. "Frauenrechtlerin gründet Moschee: "Unsere Religion nicht den Rückständigen überlassen" - SPIEGEL ONLINE - Politik". SPIEGEL ONLINE. Retrieved 2017-06-16.
  3. ^ a b Ossama Hegazy (2015). "Towards a German Mosque". In Erkan Toğuşlu. Everyday Life Practices of Muslims in Europe. Leuven University Press. pp. 193–216. ISBN 978-94-6270-032-1.
  4. ^ "Nach sechs Jahren: Moschee für 3,5 Millionen Euro fast fertig", Hessische/Niedersächsische Allgemeine (in German), 15 May 2014
  5. ^ "Muslim Integration: Why No One Protested against Germany's Biggest Mosque", Der Spiegel, 27 October 2008
  6. ^ "How Recep Tayyip Erdogan seduces Turkish migrants in Europe". The Economist. 31 August 2017. Retrieved 2 September 2017.