Suleymaniye Mosque (London)
|Location||Dalston, London, United Kingdom|
|Architectural style||Ottoman/Turkish architecture|
The Suleymaniye Mosque (Turkish: Süleymaniye Camii) is a mosque at Kingsland Road in London, United Kingdom which serves mainly the British Turks community. The mosque was funded by the UK Turkish Islamic Cultural Centre and the construction began in 1995 and was finally opened to the public in October 1999. With a total floor space of 8,000 square metres, the total capacity of its Ottoman style mosque is 3,000 people.
The mosque includes a conference and wedding hall, guest rooms, class rooms, and funeral service facilities as well as accommodation for the staff. It also has a popular canteen which has become something of a local land-mark and is becoming one of London's key Islamic centres.
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- Official website (in English)
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