Shacklewell Lane Mosque

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Shacklewell Lane Mosque (Turkish: Shacklewell Camii) is a Turkish mosque located in Shacklewell, London. Established by Ramadan Güney, his wife Suheyla Güney and other Trustees Turkish Cypriot in 1977, it is the first ever Turkish mosque in the United Kingdom.[1] The mosque is an Andalusian-style building and was previously a synagogue, known as the New Dalston Synagogue.[2][3]

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Coordinates: 51°33′03″N 0°04′27″W / 51.5509°N 0.0742°W / 51.5509; -0.0742