Masjid Al-Amin

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Masjid Al-Amin, or Al-Amin Mosque, is a mosque in Singapore.

Inspired by Sumatran Minangkabau architecture, this mosque with its red-brick exterior walls, stands out from the high-rise housing estate in Telok Blangah, at the junction of Telok Blangah Way and Telok Blangah Rise. Located at the Central District, it was built in 1991 with resources from the Mosque Building Fund. With a capacity of 3000, the mosque offers weekend madrasah and weekday classes to a total of 600 children. Islamic knowledge classes are also held during the evening.

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