List of mosques in the Americas

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This is a list of notable mosques and Islamic centres in North America and South America.

Name Images Country City Year Remarks
King Fahd Islamic Cultural Center Centro Cultural Islámico Rey Fahd, Buenos Aires.jpg Argentina Buenos Aires 2000 Largest mosque in Latin America[1][2]
Al Ahmad Mosque Mezquita Al Ahmad 10.jpg Argentina Buenos Aires 1985
At-Tauhid Mosque Argentina Buenos Aires 1983
Al-Rashid Mosque Al-Raschid Mosque on 1920 Street, Fort Edmonton Park, Alberta, Canada.jpg Canada Edmonton, Alberta 1938 First and oldest mosque in Canada.
Al-Sadiq Mosque Al-Sadiq mosque.jpg United States Chicago, Illinois 1922 Oldest extant mosque in the Americas.
Mezquita Islámica de Córdoba Argentina Córdoba 1986 [3]
Asociación Unión Islámica Rosario Argentina Rosario 1932 [4]
Asociación Cultural y Culto Pan Islámica Argentina San Miguel de Tucumán 1929 [5]
Mezquita de Mar del Plata Mezquita de Mar del Plata.JPG Argentina Mar del Plata 2014
Centro Islámico Arabe de Mendoza Argentina Mendoza 1926 [6]
Mezquita Sufi de la Patagonia Argentina El Bolsón 2001 Southernmost Sufi mosque in the world.[7]
Mesquita Omar Ibn Al-Khatab MesquitaFozDoIguaçuParanaBrasil.JPG Brazil Foz do Iguaçu 1983
Mezquita As-Salam Mezquita As-Salam.JPG Chile Santiago 1989
Mohammed VI Mosque Mezquita de Coquimbo5.jpg Chile Coquimbo 2007
Mosque of Omar Ibn Al-Khattab Mezquita Maicao Colombia Yuri Romero Picon.JPG Colombia Maicao 1997
Mosque of Abou Bakr Alsiddiq 2017 Bogotá calle 80 con carrera 30 - mezquita Central Abou Bakr Alsiddiq.jpg Colombia Bogotá 2012
Mother Mosque of America FrontMotherMosque.jpg United States Iowa 1934 First and oldest purpose-built mosque in North America.
Da'wah Mosque of Guatemala Guatemala Guatemala City
Suraya Mosque Mezquita soraya.JPG Mexico Torreon 1989
Bab al-Islam Mosque FB IMG 1553100222656 Mezquita Bab Ul Islam.jpg Peru Tacna 2000
Mosque Keizerstraat Moschee-Keizerstraat-Suriname.jpg Suriname Paramaribo 1984 [8]
Mosque of Sheikh Ibrahim Al-Ibrahim GAN Mezquita CANTV.JPG Venezuela Caracas 1993

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  2. ^ "25 Simply Amazing Mosques". Intlistings.com. Retrieved 2 April 2019.
  3. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 12 October 2017. Retrieved 14 November 2016.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  4. ^ "Unión Islámica: Contactos". Unionislamica.blogspot.com. Retrieved 2 April 2019.
  5. ^ "85 años de la Asociación Pan Islámica". Lagaceta.com.ar. Retrieved 2 April 2019.
  6. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 15 November 2016. Retrieved 14 November 2016.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  7. ^ "Rabbani Argentina - Sitio del grupo Naqshbandi Rabbani de Argentina, desde aquí se apoya a quienes buscan llevar a cabo una "Vida Rabbani"". Rabbaniargentina.com.ar. Retrieved 2 April 2019.
  8. ^ "SURINAME: Jüdische Gemeinde in Paramaribo mit neuem Leben". David.juden.at. Retrieved 2 April 2019.