List of mosques

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This is an incomplete list of some of the more famous mosques around the world.

Key words[edit]

Group/Style Key
A Arab group
C Central Asia
CH Chinese group
I Iranian
JI Jamaat-e-Islami
MO Mourides, Senegal
OT Ottoman/Turkish
R Renaissance
S Sunni
SA Saudi Arabian
SEA Southeast Asia
SH Shia
SO Somali Swype
TJ Tablighi Jamaat
U Unknown/undetermined
UM Umayyade


Name Images Country City Year Style/


Architectural style Remarks
Abdul Rahman Mosque

مسجد عبدالرحمان

د عبدالرحمان جومات

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 Afghanistan Kabul 2009 U Islamic The largest mosque of Afghanistan.
Great Mosque of Herat

مسجد جامع هرات

د هرات جامع جومات

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 Afghanistan Herat 1446 C Islamic The mosque was the city's first congregational mosque, built on the former site of two smaller Zoroastrian Fire temples destroyed by earthquake and fire.
Shrine of Ali

د علي حرمت

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 Afghanistan Mazari Sharif ? U Islamic also known as Blue Mosque or Rawze-e-Sharif
Et'hem Bey Mosque

Xhamia e Et'hem Beut

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 Albania Tirana 1823 OT Ottoman Located in the centre of Albania's capital, the mosque was closed during communist rule until 1991.
Djamaâ el Kebir

الجامع الكبير

Grande Mosquée

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 Algeria Algiers 1097[1] U Islamic, Moroccan
Ketchaoua Mosque

جامع كتشاوة

Mosquée Ketchaoua

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 Algeria Algiers 1612 U Moorish, Byzantine
King Fahd Islamic Cultural Center

Centro Cultural Islámico Rey Fahd

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 Argentina Buenos Aires 2006 SA Largest mosque in Latin America. Named after Fahd of Saudi Arabia.
Blue Mosque

Կապույտ մզկիթ

مسجد کبود

 Armenia Yerevan 1766 SH Islamic, Iranian
Auburn Gallipoli Mosque
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 Australia Sydney 1979 OT Classical Ottoman Turkish Sunni Muslims
Lakemba Mosque  Australia Sydney 1977 U Lebanese Moslems Association. Also known as the Imam Ali Bin Abi Taleb Mosque after Ali
Telfs Mosque
 Austria Telfs 1998 U Minaret later built in 2006
Vienna Islamic Centre

Wien Islamisches Zentrum

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 Austria Vienna 1977 U Built in order of rey Faisal ibn Abd al-Aziz
Rasheed Mosque


 Austria Vienna 2005 U Built by Muslims of Ghana, Nigeria and Benin.
Mosque Bad Vöslau

Bad Vöslau-Moschee

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 Austria Bad Vöslau 2009 U Built by Muslims of Turkey, has two small minarets
Bibi-Heybet Mosque

Bibi-Heybet Məscidi

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 Azerbaijan Baku 1281–1282 SH One of the historical mosque of Azerbaijan
Imamzadeh mosque
Azerbaijan Ganja XVI SH One of the historical mosque of Azerbaijan
Shah Abbas Mosque
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Azerbaijan Ganja 1606 SH The mosque is also often called “Shah Abbas Mosque”, because it was built on the instructions of Shah Abbas the Great during his reign.
Al Fateh Mosque
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Bahrain Juffair 2006 U Named for Ahmed ibn Muhammad ibn Khalifa
Baitul Mukarram National Mosque
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Bangladesh Dhaka 1960s JI National mosque. It is the 10th largest mosque in the world, accommodating more than 40,000 people
Kakrail Mosque
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Bangladesh Dhaka 1952s JI and TJ
Bacha Shah Jame Masjid Bangladesh Mahattarkill, Rangunia Upazila 2012 JI
Sixty Dome Mosque
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Bangladesh Bagerhat Sadar Upazila 1442 TJ It is one of the three UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Bangladesh
Khan Mohammad Mridha Mosque
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Bangladesh Dhaka 1705 JI
Shona Mosque (Golden Mosque)
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Bangladesh Chapai Nawabganj 1493 JI The fifteen domes of the mosque were once gilded in gold, giving the mosque the name of Small Golden Mosque or as it is generally known, the Choto Shona Masjid
Bagha Mosque
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Bangladesh Rajshahi 1523 JI It is known for its ornamental terracotta decorations.
Ferhadija Mosque
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Bosnia and Herzegovina Banja Luka 1579 OT The mosque was demolished in 1993 at the order of the authorities of Republika Srpska,[2] and was rebuilt and opened on 7 May 2016.[3] Named for Ferhat-paša Sokolović
Emperor's Mosque
Bosnia and Herzegovina Sarajevo 1462 OT Named for Suleiman the Magnificent
Ali Pasha's Mosque
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Bosnia and Herzegovina Sarajevo 1560 OT Named for Hadim Ali Pasha
Gazi Husrev-beg Mosque
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Bosnia and Herzegovina Sarajevo 1531 OT Named for Gazi Husrev-beg
Koski Mehmed Pasa Mosque
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Bosnia and Herzegovina Mostar 16th century OT Famous for its minaret hanging over the Neretva river, which is open for tourists as a best lookout viewpoint over Old Bridge Area of the Old City of Mostar as UNESCO World heritage site. In the Second World War it was severely damaged, and in the Bosnian War it was almost completely destroyed.
Karadzozbey Mosque
Bosnia and Herzegovina Mostar 1557 OT In the Second World War it was severely damaged, and in the Bosnian War it was almost completely destroyed.
Mesquita Omar Ibn Al-Khatab
Brazil Foz do Iguaçu 1983
Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddin Mosque
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Brunei Bandar Seri Begawan 1959 SEA National mosque. Named for Omar Ali Saifuddien III
Dzhumaya Mosque
Bulgaria Plovdiv 1363–1364 OT Built on the order of Sultan Murad I. Its Turkish name is Hüdavendigâr Camii or Cuma Camii.
Dongguan Mosque
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China Xining 14th century
Niujie Mosque
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China Beijing 996 CH
Id Kah Mosque
China Kashgar, Xinjiang 1442 C
Muslim Mosque in Lhasa
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China Lhasa, Tibet ? C
Great Mosque of Xi'an
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China Xi'an, Shaanxi 742 CH One of the world's oldest functioning mosques. It was first built in the Tang Dynasty (Emperor Xuanzong, 685–762)
Kowloon Masjid and Islamic Centre
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China Kowloon, Hong Kong 1984
Jamia Mosque
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China Kowloon, Hong Kong 1849
Mosque of Omar Ibn Al-Khattab
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Colombia Maicao 1997 U Second largest mosque in Latin America, and largest in Colombia. Named for Umar
Hamoudi Mosque
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Djibouti Djibouti City 1906 SO Built by Haji Hamoudi. Among the older standing masjids in the city.
Mosque of Muhammad Ali
Egypt Cairo Citadel 1848 OT Most visible site in the city. Named for Muhammad Ali of Egypt
Mosque-Madrassa of Sultan Hassan
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Egypt Cairo 1356 U Named for al-Nasir Badr al-Din Abu al-Ma'aly al-Hassan
Al-Hakim Mosque
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Egypt Cairo 928 U Built by the Fatimid Caliph Al-Hakim bi-Amr Allah.
Al-Azhar Mosque
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Egypt Cairo 969 U National mosque
Al-Hussein Mosque
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Egypt Cairo 1154 U Named for Husayn ibn Ali.
Mosque of Ibn Tulun
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Egypt Cairo 876–879 U Named for Ahmad ibn Tulun
El-Mursi Abul Abbas Mosque
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Egypt Alexandria 1219 U Named for Ahmed Abu al-Abbas al-Mursi
Al Qa'ed Ibrahim Mosque
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Egypt Alexandria 1948 U
Kulafah Al Rashidan Great Mosque
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Eritrea Asmara 1938 A The minaret resembles a fluted Roman column.
Sheikh Hanafi Mosque
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Eritrea Massawa 15th century A Eritrea's oldest mosque. Built with coral.
Grand Mosque of Évry France Évry 1995 A
Paris Mosque
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France Paris 1926 A
Cologne Central Mosque
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Germany Cologne 2008 Named for Khadijah bint Khuwaylid
Khadija Mosque
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Germany Berlin 2008 Named for Khadijah bint Khuwaylid
Periamet Masjid India Chennai 1838 U
Jamia Masjid India Ambur S
Old Jumma Masjid
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India Kilakarai 628–630; rebuilt 1023 U Also known as Meen Kada Palli, it is the first mosque built in India and outside the Arabian Peninsula, and fourth oldest in the world.
Cheraman Juma Masjid India Kodungallur 629 U The first mosque in India. Named for Cheraman Perumal
Jama Masjid
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India Delhi 1656 U The largest mosque in India. Also known as Masjid-i Jahān-Numā after Shah Jahan
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India Hyderabad 1591 U "Mosque of the four minarets" (located on the top floor) is actually only part of the structure which is actually a landmark monument constructed in the early years of the city's founding in the 16th century.
Adina Masjid India English Bazar 1363 SEA At the time, the largest mosque of South Asia built by Sultan Sikandar Shah.
Mecca Masjid
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India Hyderabad 1617–94 U One of the oldest mosques and the biggest mosque located in Hyderabad, India. Named after Mecca for the bricks made from the city's soil transported to India.
Ziarat Shareef
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India Kakrala 1980 U Built by Shah Saqlain Miyan. The name comes from ziyarat and refers to pilgrimages.
Jama Masjid, Bhilai India Bhilai 1967 SB First mosque in the world built in the shape of Arabic word Yā Allāh (یا الله).
Shahi Jama Masjid, Sambhal
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India Sambhal 1528 S Built by a Mughal general, Mir Hindu Beg, in 1528, is the only surviving Mughal building constructed during the time of Babur.
India Solapur 1987 S Built by Maulana Syed Shahabuddin Salfi Firdausi, Chairman Athar Blood Bank in 1987.
Demak Great Mosque
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Indonesia Demak 1466 SEA Oldest Mosque in Java
Menara Kudus Mosque
Medan Mosque
Indonesia Kudus 1549 SEA Old mosque in Java, preserving pre-Islamic structures.
Raya Baiturrahman Mosque
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Indonesia Banda Aceh 1881 SEA Largest mosque in Aceh, one of oldest mosques in Indonesia
Yogyakarta Grand Mosque
Indonesia Special Region of Yogyakarta, Indonesia. 1773 SEA Royal mosque of the Yogyakarta Sultanate
Cheng Ho Mosque Indonesia Surabaya 2002 SEA Chinese-styled mosque. Some of Java's earliest Muslim communities were Chinese.
Istiqlal Mosque, Jakarta Indonesia Jakarta 1975 SEA National mosque, largest mosque in Southeast Asia. Initially criticised for un-Indonesian design.
Jameh Mosque of Isfahan
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Iran Isfahan ? I The mosque is the result of continual construction, reconstruction, additions and renovations on the site from around 771 to the end of the 20th century.
Shah Mosque
Iran Isfahan 1611 I Named for Abbas I of Persia it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site
Blue Mosque, Tabriz
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Iran Tabriz 1465 I Known as Turquoise of Islam World
Imam Ridha Mosque
Iran Mashhad ? I Shrine of Ali ar-Ridha, the 8th Twelver Shia Imam
Ma'soomah Qom Shrine
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Iran Qom ? I Shrine of Fātima bint Mūsā, sister of Ali ar-Ridha.
Great Mosque of Kufa Iraq Kufa 670
Al-Kadhimiya Mosque
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Iraq Kadhimiya ? U Shrine of Musa al-Kadhim and Muhammad al-Taqi the 7th and 9th Twelver Shia Imams
Imam Husayn Shrine
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Iraq Karbala 680 U National mosque. The shrine of Husayn ibn Ali, the 3rd Twelver Shia Imam
Al Abbas Mosque
Iraq Karbala 680 U National mosque. Shrine of Al-Abbas ibn Ali son of Ali and brother of Husayn ibn Ali
Great Mosque of al-Nuri (Mosul)
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Iraq Mosul
Imam Ali Mosque
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Iraq Najaf ? U Shrine of Ali the 4th Sunni Rashidun and the 1st Shia Imam
Al-Askari Mosque
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Iraq Samarra ? U Mosque with golden dome and shrine of Ali al-Hadi and Hasan al-Askari the 10th and 11th Twelver Shia Imams
Great Mosque of Samarra
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Iraq Samarra 852 U
Mahmood Mosque
Israel Haifa 1931 AMJ
Hassan Bek Mosque
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Israel Tel Aviv-Yafo 1916 T Named for Hassan Bek, Jaffa's Turkish-Arab governor
Jezzar Pasha Mosque
Israel Acre 1781 T Named for Jezzar Pasha
Sidna Ali Mosque
Israel Herzliya 13th century U An Islamic shrine. Oldest extant Islamic building in the world.
Mosque of Rome
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Italy Rome 1994 S The largest mosque in Western world.
Mosque of Segrate
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Italy Milan 1988 S
Kobe Mosque
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Japan Kobe 1935 OT
King Hussein Mosque
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Jordan Amman 2005 S
Abu Darweesh Mosque
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Jordan Amman 1961 U c.ssian community
King Abdullah I Mosque
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Jordan Amman 1982–89 U
Hadum Mosque
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Kosovo Gjakovë 1594 OT
Grand Mosque Of Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait City 1979–1986 U The mosque is located in Kuwait City.
Imam Hussein Mosque
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Kuwait Kuwait City 1979–1986 U Named for Husayn ibn Ali, the 3rd Twelver Shia Imam
Mohammad Al-Amin Mosque
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Lebanon Beirut ? OT
Zahir Mosque
Malaysia Alor Setar 1912 SEA
Ubudiah Mosque
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Malaysia Kuala Kangsar 1917 SEA One of the most beautiful mosques in Malaysia.
Sultan Abdul Samad Jamek Mosque
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Malaysia Kuala Lumpur 1909 SEA
National Mosque of Malaysia
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Malaysia Kuala Lumpur 1965 SEA National mosque
Federal Territory Mosque
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Malaysia Kuala Lumpur 2000 SEA
Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Mosque
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Malaysia Shah Alam 1988 SEA Named for Salahuddin of Selangor
Putra Mosque
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Malaysia Putrajaya 1999 SEA
Great Mosque of Djenné
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Mali Djenné 1300 U The first mosque on the site was built in the 13th century, but the current structure dates from 1907.
Djinguereber Mosque
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Mali Timbuktu 1327 U
Chinguetti Mosque
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Mauritania Chinguetti ? U
Jummah Masjid Mauritius Port Louis 1853 U One of the first mosques built in the Indian Ocean.
Hassan II Mosque
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Morocco Casablanca 1993 U Named for Hassan II of Morocco. World's tallest minaret.
Koutoubia Mosque
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Morocco Marrakech 1158 U
Canterbury Mosque
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New Zealand Christchurch, Canterbury U
Abuja National Mosque
Nigeria Abuja 1984 U National mosque
Great Mosque of Kano Nigeria Kano ? U
Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque SultanQaboosGrandMosque 44.JPG Oman Muscat 2001 A National mosque. Named for Qaboos bin Said al Said
Faisal Mosque
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Pakistan Islamabad 1986 JI Named for Faisal of Saudi Arabia, it is the largest mosque in Pakistan and South Asia and one of the largest mosques in the world.
Mahabat Khan Mosque
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Pakistan Peshawar 1630 U Built by Shah Jehan. Named for the governor of Peshawar, Mahabat Khan
Badshahi Mosque
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Pakistan Lahore 1673 U Built by Aurangzeb. One of the largest mosques in the world.
Wazir Khan Mosque
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Pakistan Lahore 1642 U Built by Shah Jahan
Grand Jamia Mosque, Lahore Pakistan Lahore 2014 U Built in Bahria Town. It is of the largest mosques in the world.
Shah Jahan Mosque
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Pakistan Thatta 1647 U Named for Shah Jahan
Masjid e Tooba
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Pakistan Karachi 1969 U Named for Sidna Ali, one of Saladins lieutenants
Al-Aqsa Mosque
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Palestinian Territories Jerusalem 705 U National mosque
Dome of the Rock
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Palestinian Territories Jerusalem 691 U
Mosque of Omar
Palestinian Territories Bethlehem 1860 U Named for Umar
Great Mosque of Gaza
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Palestinian Territories Gaza 1344 U
El Centro Cultural Islamico de Colón
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Panama Colón
Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Masjid Philippines Cotabato City 2011 SEA The largest mosque in the Philippines. Funded by and named after Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah of Brunei.
Masjid Al-Dahab
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Philippines Manila 1976 SEA
Lisbon Mosque
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Portugal Lisbon 1988 U
Imam Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab Mosque Qatar Doha 2011 S Also called the Qatar State Mosque; serves as the national mosque of Qatar.
Qolsharif Mosque Russia Kazan 2005 C Republic of Tatarstan, reputedly the largest mosque in Europe.
Moscow Cathedral Mosque
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Russia Moscow 1904 U
King Saud Mosque Saudi Arabia Jeddah 1987 SA Named for Saud of Saudi Arabia
Masjid al-Haram
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Saudi Arabia Mecca 638, 1571 U International mosque, home of Kaaba
Al-Masjid al-Nabawi
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Saudi Arabia Medina 622, 1817 SA The mausoleum of Muhammad and his companions Abu Bakr and Umar.
KAFD Grand Mosque Saudi Arabia Riyadh 2017 SA
Great Mosque of Touba
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Senegal Touba 1963 MO A major annual pilgrimage, called the Grand Magal, attracts between one and two million people from all over Senegal and beyond to the mosque each year.
Bajrakli Mosque
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Serbia Belgrade around 1575 OT
Masjid Sultan
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Singapore Singapore 1826 SEA Named for Sultan Hussain Shah
Arba Rucun mosque
Somalia Mogadishu 992 SO
Fakr ad-Din Mosque
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Somalia Mogadishu 1269 SO Oldest mosque in Mogadishu. Built by the Sultanate of Mogadishu's first Sultan, Fakr ad-Din.
Mosque of Islamic Solidarity
Somalia Mogadishu 1987 SO National mosque. Largest masjid in the Horn of Africa.
Habibia Soofie Saheb Jamia Masjid
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South Africa Cape Town 1905 S Third largest Masjid and second Largest Islamic Complex in Southern Africa. Built in 1905 by Shah Goolam Muhammad Soofie Saheb of Durban
Juma Masjid Mosque
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South Africa Durban 1881 S The Juma Masjid was the first mosque to be built in Durban, and the oldest and largest in the Southern Hemisphere. Built in 1881 as a Musallah by Aboobaker Amod Jhaveri and Hajee Mohamed
Nizamiye Masjid South Africa Midrand 2009 U It is the biggest mosque in the Southern Hemisphere, occupying 10 hectares of land.
Seoul Central Mosque
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South Korea Seoul 1976
Mosque–Cathedral of Córdoba
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 Spain Cordoba 784 UM - R Is the Catholic cathedral of the Diocese of Córdoba dedicated to the Assumption of the Virgin Mary
Mosque of Cristo de la Luz
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 Spain Toledo 999 UM Historical mosque, converted into Holy Cross Chapel
M-30 Mosque Omar Mosque
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 Spain Madrid 1992 SA King Fahd of Saudi Arabia provided the funding
Jami Ul-Alfar Mosque
Sri Lanka Colombo 1909 U Designed to resemble the Jamek Mosque.
Hajja Soad Mosque
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Sudan Khartoum ? U
Umayyad Mosque
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Syria Damascus 715 U National mosque
Taipei Grand Mosque
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Taiwan Taipei 1947 S Largest and oldest mosque in Taiwan
Kaohsiung Mosque
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Taiwan Kaohsiung 1949 S
Taipei Cultural Mosque
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Taiwan Taipei 1950 S
Taichung Mosque
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Taiwan Taichung 1951 S
Longgang Mosque
Taiwan Taoyuan City 1967 S
Tainan Mosque
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Taiwan Tainan 1996 S
At-Taqwa Mosque
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Taiwan Dayuan 2013 S
Gaddafi Mosque
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Tanzania Dodoma 2010 S
300 Years Mosque Thailand Ban Talo Mano, Tambon Subo Sawo, Narathiwat 1624 SEA
Baan Haw Mosque
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Thailand Chiang Mai ? SEA
Mosque of Uqba
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Tunisia Kairouan 670 U Named for Uqba ibn Nafi
Al-Zaytuna Mosque
Tunisia Tunis 703 U
Sabancı Central Mosque
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Turkey Adana 1998 OT Built by Sabanci Holding
Kocatepe Mosque
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Turkey Ankara 1987 OT
Selimiye Mosque
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Turkey Edirne 1568–1574 OT Named for Selim II
Eyüp Sultan Mosque
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Turkey Istanbul 1458 OT The tomb and mosque of Abu Ayyub al-Ansari
Hagia Sophia Mosque
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Turkey Istanbul 537 OT Converted after the Conquest of Constantinople by Sultan Mehmed II
Fatih Mosque
Turkey Istanbul 1463–1771 OT The mosque was completely destroyed by an earthquake in 1766 and rebuilt in 1771
Yavuz Selim Mosque
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Turkey Istanbul 1527 OT In honor of the first Ottoman Caliph, Selim I
New Mosque
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Turkey Istanbul 1665 OT Also known as Yeni Cami.
Ortaköy Mosque
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Turkey Istanbul 1854 OT The mosque was designed in neo-baroque style.
Sultan Ahmed Mosque ("Blue Mosque")
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Turkey Istanbul 1609–1616 OT National mosque. Named for Ahmed I
Suleymaniye Mosque
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Turkey Istanbul 1550–1557 OT Built by Süleyman the Magnificent
Ertuğrul Gazi Mosque Turkmenistan Ashgabat 1998 C named for Ertuğrul
Mary Mosque
Turkmenistan Mary 2009 C named for Gurbanguly Berdimuhammedov
Saparmurat Hajji Mosque
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Turkmenistan Gokdepe 1998 C Named after Saparmurat Niyazov trip to Mecca during the Hajj. Also known as Gökdepe Mosque.
Türkmenbaşy Ruhy Mosque Turkmenistan Gypjak 2004 C Named after Saparmurat Niyazov's surname, Turkmenbashi. The largest mosque in Turkmenistan. Also known as Gypjak Mosque.
Gaddafi National Mosque
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Uganda Kampala 2008 S
Sheikh Zayed Mosque
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United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi 2008 A National mosque. Named for Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan
Grand Mosque of Dubai
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United Arab Emirates Dubai 1998 A
Birmingham Central Mosque
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United Kingdom Birmingham 1990
East London Mosque
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United Kingdom London 1910 JI One of the first in Britain to be allowed to use loudspeakers to broadcast the adhan.[4]
London Central Mosque
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United Kingdom London 1977 Also known as Regent's Park Mosque and situated in Regent's Park.
Jamea Masjid
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United Kingdom Preston 1964 JI Recognised as the Central Mosque of Preston and known for its unique 'castle-like' architecture.
Islamic Center of Tucson
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United States Tucson (Arizona) ? A
Mosque Maryam
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United States Chicago (Illinois) ? NoI Originally a Greek Orthodox church, purchased in 1972 by the Nation of Islam. Named for Mary (Maryam)
Turkish American Community Center United States Lanham (Maryland) 1993 OT The new complex was completed in 2015
Islamic Center of America
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United States Dearborn (Michigan) 1964 SH The new building was completed in 2005
Islamic Cultural Center of New York
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United States New York City (New York) 1991 S
Masjid Malcolm Shabazz (formerly Mosque No. 7)
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United States New York City (New York) 1946 S Established by Malcolm X. Held the offices for Marcus Garvey. Currently a Sunni Mosque. Houses an interfaith room where Christian parishioners from a condemned church worship.
Islamic Center of Washington
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United States Washington 1957 U
Ulugh Beg Madrasa
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Uzbekistan Samarkand ? C Named for Ulugh Beg
Mosque of Sheikh Ibrahim Al-Ibrahim
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Venezuela Caracas 1993 U
Al-Muhdhar Mosque
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Yemen Tarim 1914 U The minaret is 53 m (174 ft) high, the tallest in Yemen.
Saleh Mosque
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Yemen Sana'a 2008 U The largest mosque in Yemen, capacity of over 30,000.

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  1. ^ "Fountain in Mosque of El Kebir, Algiers, Algeria". World Digital Library. 1899. Retrieved 2013-09-24.
  2. ^ Coward, Martin. Urbicide: The Politics of Urban Destruction. Routledge. ISBN 978-0-415-46131-3.
  3. ^ "Ferhadija Mosque is back! (In Bosnian)". Retrieved 7 May 2016.
  4. ^ Eade, John (1996). "Nationalism, Community, and the Islamization of Space in London". In Metcalf, Barbara Daly (ed.). Making Muslim Space in North America and Europe. Berkeley: University of California Press. ISBN 0-520-20404-2. Retrieved 19 April 2015. As one of the few mosques in Britain permitted to broadcast calls to prayer (azan), the mosque soon found itself at the center of a public debate about “noise pollution” when local non-Muslim residents began to protest.

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