February 7, 2010

Jamé Mosque of Isfahan

Jame Mosque is a historical mosque in Isfahan, Iran. It was constructed and renovated around 771 to the end of the 20th century. This mosque is different because of its four-iwan architectural style; four gates are placed face to face. It has two brick domed chambers. The south dome was built by Nizam al-Mulk in 1086-87 and his rival Taj al-Mulk built the north dome a year later.

February 4, 2010

Tipu Sultan Shahi Mosque in India

The Tipu Sultan Shahi Mosque is situated at 185 Dhartamtalla Street, Kolkata, India. Prince Ghulam Mohammed, the youngest son of Tipu Sultan constructed this mosque in 1832.Based on Mughal Architectural style, facing the south; it is a double-aisled mosque with 16 domes and 4 Minarets. It is a cultural heritage building.1000 people can pray together in this mosque. A committee, called "Tipu Sultan Shahi Masjid Protection and Welfare Committee" protects this mosque.

February 3, 2010

Fazl Mosque in UK

Fazl Mosque is situated at 16 Gressenhall Road, Wands worth, UK near King George's Park. This mosque was founded by Hazrat Mirza Basheer-ud-Din Mahmood Ahmad, in 1924 and inaugurated on October 23, 1926. Fazl Mosque is made on Indo Architectural Style. It has one dome. Being the first Ahmadiyya mosque of London it is also called the London Mosque by Ahmadiyya followers. Since April 1984 it is used by the Ahmadiyya sect's Khalifatul Masih as residence.

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