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PostSubject: LIST OF MOSQUES   Fri Jul 08, 2011 9:54 am

Name↓ Images Country↓ City↓ Year↓ Group↓ Remarks↓
Pul-e Khishti Mosque
PulKhishti Mosque.jpg
Afghanistan Kabul 1700s C The mosque originally was erected in the late 18th century, but largely rebuilt under Mohammed Zahir Shah in the late 1960s.
Et'hem Bey Mosque
07Tirana Et'hem beu Mosque01.jpg
Albania Tirana 1823 T Located in the center of Albania's capital, the mosque was closed during communist rule until 1991.
Great Mosque of Algiers
Grande mosquée Alger.jpg
Algeria Algiers 1097 U
Ketchaoua Mosque
Mosquée Ketchaoua.jpg
Algeria Algiers 1612 U
King Fahd Islamic Cultural Center
Centro Cultural Islámico Rey Fahd, Buenos Aires.jpg
Argentina Buenos Aires 2006 SA Largest mosque in Latin America. Named after Fahd of Saudi Arabia
Blue Mosque
Bluemosqueyerev.jpg
Armenia Yerevan 1766 I
Auburn Gallipoli Mosque
Auburn Gallipoli Mosque.JPG
Australia Auburn (Sydney) 1979 T Turkish Sunni Muslims
Lakemba Mosque Australia Lakemba (Sydney) 1977 U Lebanese Moslems Association. Also known as the Imam Ali Bin Abi Taleb Mosque after Ali
Al Fateh Mosque
Al Fateh Grand Mosque.jpg
Bahrain Juffair 2006 U Named for Ahmed ibn Muhammad ibn Khalifa
Baitul Mukarram
Bayt al Mukarram.jpg
Bangladesh Dhaka 1960s U National mosque. It is the 10th largest mosque in the world.
Sixty Dome Mosque
Shat Gombuj Mosque (ষাট গম্বুজ মসজিদ) 002.jpg
Bangladesh Bagerhat Sadar Upazila 15th century (early) U It is one of the three UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Bangladesh
Ferhadija Mosque
Ferhadija-Moschee, Banja Luka April 1941.jpg
Bosnia and Herzegovina Banja Luka 1579 T The Republika Srpska authorities ordered the demolition of the entire Ferhadija and Arnaudija mosque complexes. The Serb militia blew up the Ferhadija Mosque on the night of 6–7 May, 1993. The mosque is under reconstruction. Named for Ferhat-paša Sokolović
Emperor's Mosque
Thetzarsmosque.PNG
Bosnia and Herzegovina Sarajevo 1462 T Named for Suleiman the Magnificent
Ali Pasha's Mosque
Alipasina dzamija.jpg
Bosnia and Herzegovina Sarajevo 1560 T Named for Hadim Ali Pasha
Gazi Husrev-beg Mosque
Begova dzamija.jpg
Bosnia and Herzegovina Sarajevo 1531 T Named for Gazi Husrev-beg
Karadzozbey Mosque
Karadjozbeg.png
Bosnia and Herzegovina Mostar 1557 T In the Second World War it was severely damaged, and in the Bosnian War it was almost completely destroyed.
Mesquita Foz do Iguaçu
Mesquita72.JPG
Brazil Foz do Iguaçu
Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddin Mosque
Mosque bsb brunei.jpg
Brunei Bandar Seri Begawan 1959 SEA National mosque. Named for Omar Ali Saifuddien III
Baitun Nur
Ahmadiyya Mosque 05a.jpg
Canada Calgary 2008 Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Canada's Largest Mosque (2008)
Dongguan Mosque
Dongguan mosque.jpg
China Xining 14th century
Niujie Mosque
Niujie Mosques02.jpg
China Beijing 996 CH
Id Kah Mosque
Kashgar-mezquita-id-kah-d01.jpg
China Kashgar, Xinjiang 1442 C
Muslim Mosque in Lhasa
A new Muslim Mosque in Lhasa.jpg
China Lhasa, Tibet ? C
Great Mosque of Xi'an
WAH Xian.gif
China Xi'an, Shaanxi 742 CH One's of the world oldest functioning mosques. It was first built in the Tang Dynasty (Emperor Xuanzong, 685–762)
Kowloon Masjid and Islamic Centre
Kowloon Masjid and Islamic Centre from East 2.jpg
China Kowloon, Hong Kong 1984
Jamia Mosque
Shelley Street Temple1.JPG
China Kowloon, Hong Kong 1849
Mosque of Omar Ibn Al-Khattab
Mezquita Maicao Colombia Yuri Romero Picon.JPG
Colombia Maicao 1997 U Second largest mosque in Latin America, and largest in Colombia. Named for Umar
Mosque of Muhammad Ali
Mohammed-ali-basha-mosque.jpg
Egypt Cairo Citadel 1848 T Most visible site in the city. Named for Muhammad Ali of Egypt
Mosque-Madrassa of Sultan Hassan
Kairo Sultan Hassan Moschee BW 1.jpg
Egypt Cairo 1356 U Named for al-Nasir Badr al-Din Abu al-Ma'aly al-Hassan
Al-Azhar Mosque
Al Azhar1.jpg
Egypt Cairo 969 U National mosque
Al-Hussein Mosque
Kairo Al Hussein Mosque BW 1.jpg
Egypt Cairo 1154 U Named for Husayn ibn Ali the third Twelver Shia Imamah
Mosque of Ibn Tulun
Kairo Ibn Tulun Moschee BW 4.jpg
Egypt Cairo 876–879 U Named for Ahmad ibn Tulun
El-Mursi Abul Abbas Mosque
Abu el-Abbas el-Mursi Mosque in Alexandria.jpg
Egypt Alexandria 1219 U Named for Ahmed Abu al-Abbas al-Mursi
Al Qa'ed Ibrahim Mosque
Al Qa'ed Ibrahim Mosque.jpg
Egypt Alexandria 1948 U
Sheikh Hanafi Mosque
Mosque in Masawa.jpeg
Eritrea Massawa 1400s A Eritrea's oldest mosque. Built with coral.
Grand Mosque of Évry France Evry 1995 A
Paris Mosque
Paris - Mosquee de Paris - 2005-11-12.jpg
France Paris 1926 A
Khadija Mosque
Khadija-Moschee, Berlin, Germany - 20110603.jpg
Germany Berlin 2008 Named for Khadijah bint Khuwaylid
Cheraman Juma Masjid
Cheraman Juma Masjid.gif
India Kodungallur 629 U The first mosque in India. Named for Cheraman Perumal
Jama Masjid
New Delhi Jama Masjid.jpg
India Delhi 1656 U The largest mosque in India. Also known as Masjid-i Jahān-Numā after Shah Jahan
Charminar
Charminar Hyderabad 1.jpg
India Hyderabad 1591 U "Mosque of the four minarets"
Adina Masjid India English Bazar 1363 Sultan Sikandar Shah At the time, the largest mosque of South Asia.
Mecca Masjid
Meccamasjid hyderabad.jpg
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 cities soil
Ziarat Shareef
Ziarat Shareef (4).jpg
India Kakrala 1980 U Built by Hazrat Shah Saqlain Miyan. The name comes from ziyarat and refers to pilgrimages.
Old Jumma Masjid of Kilakarai
JamiahMasjid2.jpg
India Kilakarai ? (1030 - 1200) U One of the oldest mosques in India.
Raya Baiturrahman Mosque
Banda Aceh's Grand Mosque, Indonesia.jpg
Indonesia Banda Aceh 1881 SEA Largest mosque in Aceh, one of oldest mosques in Indonesia
Istiqlal Mosque
Istiqlal Mosque.jpg
Indonesia Jakarta 1975 SEA National mosque, largest mosque in Southeast Asia
Agung Demak Mosque
Masjid demak.jpg
Indonesia Demak 1466 SEA Oldest Mosque in Java
Jameh Mosque of Isfahan
Jamé Mosque Esfahan courtyard.jpg
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
Shah-Mosque-Esfahan.jpg
Iran Isfahan 1611 I Named for Abbas I of Persia it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site
Imam Ridha Mosque
Imam Ali Reza.jpg
Iran Mashhad ? I Shrine of Ali ar-Ridha, the 8th Twelver Shia Imam
Ma'soomah Qom Shrine
Honor Maasoome-Ghom-Iran.JPG
Iran Qom ? I Shrine of Fātima bint Mūsā, sister of Ali ar-Ridha.
Imam Husayn Shrine
Kerbela Hussein Moschee.jpg
Iraq Karbala 680 U National mosque. The shrine of Husayn ibn Ali, the 3rd Twelver Shia Imam
Al Abbas Mosque
AlAbbasMosque01.jpg
Iraq Karbala 680 U National mosque. Shrine of Al-Abbas ibn Ali son of Ali and brother of Husayn ibn Ali
Imam Ali Mosque
Meshed ali usnavy (PD).jpg
Iraq Najaf ? U Shrine of Ali the 4th Sunni Rashidun and the 1st Shia Imam
Al-Kadhimiya Mosque
Al-Khadhumain shrine in baghdad.jpg
Iraq Kadhimiya ? U Shrine of Musa al-Kadhim and Muhammad al-Taqi the 7th and 9th Twelver Shia Imams
Al-Askari Mosque
Al-Askari Mosque 2006.jpg
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
The spiral minaret in Samarra.jpg
Iraq Samarra 852 U
Mahmood Mosque
Haifamosque.jpg
Israel Kababir (Haifa) 1931 AMJ
Hassan Bek Mosque
Tel Aviv Mosque.jpg
Israel Jaffa (Tel Aviv) 1916 T Named for Hassan Bek, Jaffa's Turkish-Arab governor
Jezzar Pasha Mosque
Jazaar2.jpg
Israel Acre 1781 T Named for Jezzar Pasha
Sidna Ali Mosque
Sidna-Ali-Mosque-08.jpg
Israel Al-Haram 13th century U Named for Sidna Ali, one of Saladins lieutenants
Mosque of Rome
Grande Mosquée de Rome.JPG
Italy Rome 1994 The largest mosque in Europe.
Kobe Mosque
Kobe mosque01 2816.jpg
Japan Kobe 1935 T
Abu Darweesh Mosque
Abu Darweesh Mosque.jpg
Jordan Amman 1961 U Circassian community
King Abdullah I Mosque
King Abdullah I Mosque.jpg
Jordan Amman 1982–89 U Circassian community. Named for Abdullah I of Jordan
Grand Mosque Of Kuwait
Grand Mosque Of Kuwait.jpg
Kuwait Kuwait City 1979-1986 U The mosque is located in Kuwait City.
Imam Hussein Mosque
Imam Hussein Mosque, Kuwait City, Kuwait.jpg
Kuwait Kuwait City 1979-1986 U Named for Husayn ibn Ali, the 3rd Twelver Shia Imam
Mohammad Al-Amin Mosque
Khatem Al Anbiyaa Mosque Detail.jpg
Lebanon Beirut ? T
Zahir Mosque
MasjidZahir001.jpg
Malaysia Alor Setar 1912 SEA
Jamek Mosque
Mosque Jamek.jpg
Malaysia Kuala Lumpur 1909 SEA
National Mosque of Malaysia
National Mosque KL 2007 pano.jpg
Malaysia Kuala Lumpur 1965 SEA National mosque
Federal Territory Mosque Malaysia Kuala Lumpur 2000 SEA
Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Mosque
SA Blue Mosque.jpg
Malaysia Shah Alam 1988 SEA Named for Salahuddin of Selangor
Putra Mosque
Masjid Putra Putrajaya Dec 2006 001.jpg
Malaysia Putrajaya 1999 SEA
Great Mosque of Djenné
Great Mosque of Djenné 3.jpg
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
Djingareiber cour.jpg
Mali Timbuktu 1327 U
Chinguetti Mosque
Chinguetti mosquee.jpg
Mauritania Chinguetti ? U
Jummah Masjid Mauritius Port Louis 1853 U One of the first mosques built in the Indian Ocean
Hassan II Mosque
Morocco Africa Flickr Rosino December 2005 82664690.jpg
Morocco Casablanca 1993 U
Koutoubia Mosque
MoroccoMarrakech KoutoubiaMosqueTop.jpg
Morocco Marrakech 1158 U Named for Hassan II of Morocco
Canterbury Mosque
Canterbury Mosque 12 June 2006.jpg
New Zealand Christchurch, Canterbury U
Abuja National Mosque
AbujaNationalMosque.jpg
Nigeria Abuja 1984 U National mosque
Great Mosque of Kano
Great Mosque Of Kano.jpg
Nigeria Kano ? U
Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque
Oman-Muscat-Grand-Mosque-22.jpg
Oman Muscat 2001 A National mosque. Named for Qaboos bin Said al Said
Faisal Mosque
Faisal mosque2.jpg
Pakistan Islamabad 1986 U 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.
Kuzkandi Jamiah Masjid
Kuzkandimasjid.jpg
Pakistan Mardan 1950 U
Masjid e Tooba
Masjid e Tooba.jpg
Pakistan Karachi 1969 U
Badshahi Mosque
Badshahi Mosque July 1 2005 pic32 by Ali Imran (1).jpg
Pakistan Lahore 1673 U
Masjid-e-Aqsa
Masjid Aqsa.jpg
Pakistan Rabwah 1972 AMJ
Shah Jahan Mosque
Interior jami masjid thata2.jpg
Pakistan Thatta 1647 U Named for Shah Jahan
Al-Aqsa Mosque
Al-aqsa-mosque01 cropped.JPG
Palestinian territories / East Jerusalem Jerusalem 705 U National mosque
Dome of the Rock
Domeoftherock 07172008.jpg
Palestinian territories / East Jerusalem Jerusalem 691 U Not really a mosque but an Islamic shrine. Oldest extant Islamic building in the world.
Mosque of Omar
Bethlehem-Manger-Square.jpg
Palestinian territories Bethlehem 1860 U Named for Umar
Great Mosque of Gaza
Great Mosque of Gaza - Alafrangi.jpg
Palestinian territories Gaza 1344 U
El Centro Cultural Islamico de Colón
Colon masjid.jpg
Panama Colón
Masjid Al-Dahab Philippines Manila 1976 U
Lisbon Mosque
Lisbon Mosque.jpg
Portugal Lisbon 1988 U
Qolsharif Mosque
Qolsharif edit.JPG
Russia Kazan 2005 C Republic of Tatarstan, reputedly the largest mosque in Europe.
Moscow Cathedral Mosque
Moscow Cathedral Mosque 2009.jpg
Russia Moscow 1904 U
King Saud Mosque
King Saud Mosque2 (1).jpg
Saudi Arabia Jeddah 1987 SA Named for Saud of Saudi Arabia
Masjid al-Haram
Kaaba mirror edit jj.jpg
Saudi Arabia Mecca 638, 1571 U International mosque, home of Kaaba
Al-Masjid al-Nabawi
Masjid Nabawi. Medina, Saudi Arabia-2.jpg
Saudi Arabia Medina 622, 1817 SA
Great Mosque at Touba
Touba moschee.jpg
Senegal Touba 1963 M 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
Bajrakli džamija.jpg
Serbia Belgrade around 1575 T
Masjid Sultan
Sultan Mosque 2, Dec 05.JPG
Singapore Singapore 1826 SEA Named for Sultan Hussain Shah
Mosque of Islamic Solidarity
Mosislsol2.jpg
Somalia Mogadishu 1987 A National mosque. Largest masjid in the Horn of Africa.
Fakr ad-Din Mosque
Fakr Ud Din Mosque.jpg
Somalia Mogadishu 1269 A Oldest mosque in Somalia. Built by the Mogadishu Sultanate's first Sultan, Fakr ad-Din.
Seoul Central Mosque
Seoul central mosque 01.jpg
South Korea Seoul 1976
Jami Ul-Alfar Mosque
Jami-Ul-Alfar.jpg
Sri Lanka Colombo 1909 U Designed to resemble the Jamek Mosque.
Hajja Soad Mosque
Hajja Soad mosque.jpg
Sudan Khartoum ? U
Umayyad Mosque
Umayyad Mosque.jpg
Syria Damascus 715 U National mosque
Taipei Grand Mosque
TaipeiMosque.JPG
Taiwan Taipei ? U
300 Years Mosque Thailand Ban Talo Mano, Tambon Subo Sawo, Narathiwat 1624 SEA
Baan Haw Mosque
Baan Haw Mosque 4-6-09.jpg
Thailand Chiang Mai ? SEA
Mosque of Uqba
MosqueeKairouan 4.jpg
Tunisia Kairouan 670 U Named for Uqba ibn Nafi
Al-Zaytuna Mosque
MinaretMosqueeZitounaTunis.JPG
Tunisia Tunis 703 U
Eyüp Sultan Mosque
İstanbul 5999.jpg
Turkey Istanbul 1458 T The tomb and mosque of Abu Ayyub al-Ansari
Fatih Mosque
FatihMosque.jpg
Turkey Istanbul 1463–1771 T The mosque was completely destroyed by an earthquake in 1766 and rebuilt in 1771
Kocatepe Mosque
Kocatepe Mosque Ankara.jpg
Turkey Ankara 1987 T
Ortaköy Mosque
İstanbul 4228.jpg
Turkey Istanbul 1854 T The mosque was designed in neo-baroque style.
Sabancı Merkez Camii
Sabancimosque19082006.jpg
Turkey Adana 1998 T
Sultan Ahmed Mosque
Blaue moschee 6minarette.jpg
Turkey Istanbul 1609–1616 T National mosque. Named for Ahmed I
Suleymaniye Mosque
Istanbul - Süleymaniye camii dal Corno d'oro - Foto G. Dall'Orto 28-5-2006.jpg
Turkey Istanbul 1550–1557 T
Selimiye Mosque
Edirne 7333 Nevit.JPG
Turkey Edirne 1568–1574 T Named for Selim II
Ertuğrul Gazi Mosque
Ertugrul Gazi Mosque in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan.jpg
Turkmenistan Ashgabat 1998 C named for Ertuğrul
Sheikh Zayed Mosque
Abu Dhabi 0701-0422.JPG
United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi 2000 A National mosque. Named for Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan
Grand Mosque of Dubai
Grand Mosque Dubai.jpg
United Arab Emirates Dubai 1998 A
Baitul Futuh
Baitul Futuh.jpg
United Kingdom London 2003 AMJ Currently the largest mosque in United Kingdom
Mosque Tucson
Tucson mosque2.JPG
United States Tucson (Arizona) ? AMJ
Tucson Islamic Center, University of Arizona
Masjed UA.jpg
United States Tucson (Arizona) ? U
Mosque Maryam
Mosque Maryam.jpg
United States Chicago (Illinois) ? NoI Originally a Greek Orthodox church, purchased in 1972 by the Nation of Islam. Named for Mary (Maryam
Al-Sadiq Mosque United States Chicago (Illinois) 1922 AMJ Named for Muhammad Sadiq
Islamic Center of America
Islamic Center America.jpg
United States Dearborn (Michigan) 2005 U
Islamic Center of Washington
Islamic Center of Washington - 2551 Massachusetts Avenue NW.jpg
United States Washington 1957 U
Ulugh Beg Madrasa
Storks samarkand.jpg
Uzbekistan Samarkand ? C Named for Ulugh Beg
Mosque of Sheikh Ibrahim Al-Ibrahim
Fachada Mezquita Ibrahim Al-lbrahim.JPG
Venezuela Caracas 1993 U
Al Muhdhar Mosque
Minaret Al Muhdhar Mosque Tarim Yemen.jpg
Yemen Tarim 1914 U The minaret is 53 m (174 ft) high, the tallest in Yemen.
Al Saleh Mosque Yemen Sana'a 2008 U The largest mosque in Yemen, capacity of over 30,000.

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