Sultan Suleiman Mosque

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Sultan Suleiman Mosque
Mosque in Mariupol.jpg
Basic information
Location Ukraine Mariupol, Ukraine
Geographic coordinates 47°04′38.23″N 37°31′08.6″E / 47.0772861°N 37.519056°E / 47.0772861; 37.519056Coordinates: 47°04′38.23″N 37°31′08.6″E / 47.0772861°N 37.519056°E / 47.0772861; 37.519056
Affiliation Islam
District Mariupol
Status Active
Architectural description
Architectural type Mosque
Architectural style Ottoman
Completed October 15, 2007
Dome(s) 4
Minaret(s) 1

The Sultan Suleiman Mosque, (Ukrainian: Маріупольська мечеть) is located in Mariupol, Ukraine. The mosque is named in honor of Suleiman the Magnificent and Roxelana.


The Sultan Suleiman Mosque and Islamic Cultural Center opened October 15, 2007. The architecture of the mosque was styled after the Süleymaniye Mosque in Istanbul. The mosque was financed by Turkish businessman Salih Cihan, who was born in Trabzon.