Central Mosque of Lisbon

Central Mosque of Lisbon


Lisbon, Portugal (PT)
The Central Mosque of Lisbon (Portuguese: Mesquita Central de Lisboa) is the main mosque of the Portuguese Islamic community. It was inaugurated in 1985, to serve the Muslim community of the Portuguese capital, Lisbon.

It was designed by architects António Maria Braga and João Paulo Conceição. The external features include a minaret and a dome. The mosque contains reception halls, a prayer hall and an auditorium.
The Central Mosque of Lisbon (Portuguese: Mesquita Central de Lisboa) is the main mosque of the Portuguese Islamic community. It was inaugurated in 1985, to serve the Muslim community of the Portuguese capital, Lisbon.

It was designed by architects António Maria Braga and João Paulo Conceição. The external features include a minaret and a dome. The mosque contains reception halls, a prayer hall and an auditorium.
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