List of mosques in Europe

This is a partial list of mosques in Europe.

Name Images Country City Year G Remarks
Et'hem Bey Mosque
Albania Tirana 1823 U
Shkoder Mosque
Albania Shkodër ? U
Blue Mosque
Armenia Yerevan 1764-68 U The largest mosque of Yerevan, Armenia and only one still preserved.
Telfs Mosque
Austria Telfs 1998 DITIB Minaret later built in 2006
Vienna Islamic Centre
Austria Vienna 1977 U Built in order of rey Faisal ibn Abd al-Aziz.
Rasheed Mosque Austria Vienna 2005 U Built by Muslims of Ghana, Nigeria and Benin.
Mosque Bad Vöslau
Austria Bad Vöslau DITIB Construction started in 2008.
Great Mosque of Brussels
Belgium Brussels 1879, 1978 SA The original building was built to form the East Pavilion of the National Exhibition in Brussels in 1880.
Mosque Lebbeke
Belgium Lebbeke ? U
Arnaudija mosque Bosnia and Herzegovina Banja Luka 1594 U
Ferhadija mosque
Bosnia and Herzegovina Banja Luka 1579 U destroyed in 1993, under reconstruction
Šišman Ibrahim Paša Mosque Bosnia and Herzegovina Počitelj 1562/63 U Aka Hadži-Alijina Mosque
Ali Pasha's Mosque Sarajevo
Bosnia and Herzegovina Sarajevo 1560-61 U
King Fahd Mosque Bosnia and Herzegovina Sarajevo 2000 SA aka “Fahdova Dzamija”, Photo 1, 2
Emperor's Mosque
Bosnia and Herzegovina Sarajevo 1462 / 1566 U aka “Careva Dzamija”, first built 1462, rebuilt 1566
Coloured Mosque Bosnia and Herzegovina Travnik 1757 U aka “Süleymaniye-Mosque”
Djumaya Mosque
Bulgaria Plovdiv 1364 U
Ebu Bekir Mosque (Eski Cami)
Bulgaria Yambol 1413 U
Ibrahim Pasha Mosque
Bulgaria Razgrad 1616 U
Tombul Mosque
Bulgaria Shumen 1740–1744 U
Banya Bashi Mosque
Bulgaria Sofia 1576 U
Arabahmet Mosque Cyprus Nicosia U
Hala Sultan Tekke
Cyprus Larnaca c.647 U Significant shrine for Sufis.[1][2][3][4][5][6]
Lala Mustafa Pasha Mosque Famagusta
Cyprus Famagusta ? U Saint Nicolas Cathedral was converted into a mosque after the Ottoman Empire captured Famagusta in 1571.
Selimiye Mosque
Cyprus Nicosia ? U Originally constructed during 1209 and 1228 as the Saint Sophia Cathedral
Zagreb mosque Croatia Zagreb 1987 U
Brno Mosque
Czech Republic Brno 1998 U
Prague Mosque Czech Republic Prague 1999 U
Tauba Mosque Denmark Copenhagen ? U
Bilal Mosque France Clichy-sous-Bois near Paris ? U [7]
Great Mosque of Évry France Évry 1984 U
Great Mosque of Lyon France Lyon 1994 U
Great Mosque of Paris
„La Mosquée de Paris“
France Paris 1922–1926 U Spanish-Moorish mosque, center of the Moslem community in France.
Strasbourg Mosque France Strasbourg 2004 U Opened on 29. Oktober 2004[8]
The Islamic Society of Finland Mosque Finland Helsinki
Järvenpää mosque Finland Järvenpää 1942 First mosque in the Nordic countries
Ahmadiyya Mosque Berlin
Germany Berlin-Wilmersdorf 1924 AAIIL Oldest mosque in Germany, aka Wilmersdorfer Moschee
Noor Mosque
Germany Frankfurt 1959 AMJ
Bilal Mosque
Germany Aachen 1964 IZA Maintained by Islamisches Zentrum Aachen
Freimann Mosque
Germany Munich-Freimann 1973 IZM Foundation stone in 6. October 1967
Şehitlik Mosque
Germany Berlin-Neukölln 2004 DITIB Architect: Hilmi Senalp
Central Mosque Duisburg
Germany Duisburg-Marxloh 2008 DITIB
Ibrahim-al-Ibrahim Mosque
Gibraltar (British overseas territory) Gibraltar 1997 SA August 8, 1997 (also known as: King Fahd bin Abdulaziz al-Saud Mosque)
Old Mosque in Pécs Hungary Pécs 1543–1546 U
Mosque of Pasha Jacowali Hassan Hungary Pécs ~1550 U
Reykjavík Mosque
Iceland Reykjavík 2002 U Also home to the Félag Múslima á Íslandi (Association of Muslims in Iceland)
Dublin Mosque
Ireland Dublin 1976 U
Mosque of Palermo Italy Palermo 2009 U
Mosque of Florence Italy Florence 2011 U
Mosque of Turin Italy Turin 2011 U
Mosque of Rome
Italy Rome 1995 SA Largest mosque in Europe[9]
Ravenna Mosque Italy Ravenna 2011 U
Mosque of Segrate Italy Segrate (Milan) 2007 U
Mosque of Genoa Italy Genoa 2010 U
N.N. Macedonia Ohrid ? U
Aladja Mosque Macedonia Skopje 1438 U
Işak Bey Mosque Macedonia Skopje U
Mustapha Pasha Mosque
Macedonia Skopje 1492 U
Coloured Mosque in Tetovo Macedonia Tetovo 1495 U Photo
Mariam Al-Batool Mosque Malta Paola 1978 WICS The only Mosque in the Maltese Islands
Hussein Pasha Mosque Montenegro Pljevlja ? U
Sailor's Mosque Montenegro Ulcinj 1798 U Destroyed in 1931, rebuilt between 2008 and 2012
Podgorica Mosque Montenegro Podgorica ? U
Assoenna Mosque Netherlands Amsterdam ? U
Fatih Mosque
Netherlands Amsterdam ? U Formerly a Roman Catholic church of San Ignacio
El Tawheed Mosque Netherlands Amsterdam ? U
Sultan Ahmed Mosque
Netherlands Delft ? U
Aqsa Mosque
Netherlands The Hague ? U
Fatih Mosque Netherlands Eindhoven ? U
Furqaan Mosque Netherlands Eindhoven ? U
Essalam Mosque
Netherlands Rotterdam 2010 the largest mosque of the Netherlands.
Mevlana Mosque
Netherlands Rotterdam ? Second largest mosque of the Netherlands.
Bergen Mosque
„Moske i Bergen“
Norway Bergen ? U
Bohoniki Mosque
Poland Bohoniki 19/20th century U Meczet w Bohonikach
Gdańsk Mosque
Poland Gdańsk 1989 U Meczet w Gdańsku
Kruszyniany Mosque
Poland Kruszyniany 18/19th century U Meczet w Kruszynianach
Warsaw Mosque Poland Warsaw 1993 U Meczet w Warszawie
Lisbon Mosque
Portugal Lisbon 1988 U
Carol I Mosque Romania Constanţa 1912 U
Mangalia Mosque Romania Mangalia 1525 U
Akhmad Kadyrov Mosque Russia Grozny 2008 U Republic of Chechnya, largest mosque of Russia and of the European continent.
Khan's Mosque
Russia Kasimov 1550s, 1768, 1835 U
Nurulla Mosque
Russia Kazan 1849 U
Ivanovo Mosque
Russia Ivanovo 2003 U
Äcem Mosque
Russia Kazan 1890 U 1845–1849
Qolsharif Mosque Russia Kazan 2005 U
Makhachkala Grand Mosque
Russia Makhachkala 1996 U
Moscow Cathedral Mosque Russia Moscow 1904 U
Nizhnekamsk Mosque
Russia Nizhnekamsk 1996 U
Nizhny Novgorod Mosque
Russia Nizhny Novgorod 1915 U
Perm Mosque
Russia Perm 1903 U
Salavat Mosque
Russia Salavat 1985 U
Old Mosque, Samara Russia Samara 1891 U
Samara Cathedral Mosque
Russia Samara 1999 U
Saint Petersburg Mosque
Russia St Petersburg 1913 U
Tver Mosque
Russia Tver 1906 U
Ufa's First Mosque
Russia Ufa 1830 U
Lala Tulpan
Russia Ufa 1990–1998 U
Khamza Haji
Russia Ufa 1996–2006 U
Mukhtarov Mosque
Russia Vladikavkaz 1908 U
Yaroslavl Mosque
Russia Yaroslavl 1914 U
Bajrakli Mosque
Serbia Belgrade 1575 U Built around 1575
Almonaster Mosque
Spain Almonaster la Real 9-10th century Now a Christian chapel (es:).
Mosque–Cathedral of Córdoba
Spain Córdoba 784 “Great Mosque of Cordoba”, now a Catholic cathedral
Al Morabito Mosque Spain Córdoba 1936 U Constructed by the Nationalists for the Regulares at the Spanish Civil War
Fuengirola Mosque
Spain Fuengirola 1994 SA (es:)
Great Mosque of Granada
Spain Granada 2003 U (es:).
Omar Mosque
Spain Madrid 1992 SA Also known as M-30 Mosque (es:).
Madrid Central Mosque
Spain Madrid 1988 UCIDE Also known as Abu-Bakr Mosque
Al-Andalus Mosque
Spain Malaga 2009 SA (es:)
King Abdelaziz Mosque
Spain Marbella 1981 SA
Bab al-Mardum Mosque
Spain Toledo 999 Historical Mosque, converted into Holy Cross Chapel
Tornerías Mosque
Spain Toledo Middle of the 11th century U Historical Mosque, converted into the cultural center Centro de Promoción de la Artesanía de Castilla-La Mancha
Great Mosque of Valencia Spain Valencia
Bellevue Mosque Sweden Gothenburg ? U
Nasir Mosque Sweden Gothenburg 1963 AMJ First mosque in Sweden
Malmö Mosque
Sweden Malmö 1984 U
Fittja Mosque
Sweden Stockholm ? T
Stockholm Mosque
„Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan's Mosque“
Sweden Stockholm 2000 U 1903 vom schwedischen Architekten Ferdinand Boberg als Elektrizitätskraftwerk entworfen
Uppsala Mosque
Sweden Uppsala ? U
Mahmood Mosque
Switzerland Zürich 1963 AMJ First mosque in Switzerland.
Geneva Mosque Switzerland Geneva 1978 U Inaugurated by rey Chalid ibn Abd al-Aziz.
Winterthur Mosque Switzerland Winterthur ? U Mosque of an Islamic-Albanian Community.
Selimiye Mosque
Turkey Edirne 1568–1575 U
Eyüp Sultan Mosque
Turkey Istanbul 1458 U It was the first mosque constructed by the Ottoman Turks following their conquest of Constantinople in 1453.
Fatih Mosque
Turkey Istanbul 1463–1470 U The original mosque was destroyed by the earthquake of 1766; the current mosque dates from 1767.
Hagia Sophia
Turkey Istanbul 1453 (converted from a church) U Constructed as a patriarchal basilica, later a mosque, now a museum.
Hamidiye Mosque
Turkey Istanbul 1885 U
Süleymaniye Mosque
Turkey Istanbul 1557 T Second biggest mosque of Istanbul
Sultan Ahmed Mosque
Turkey Istanbul 1609–1616 U
The Big Khan Mosque
Ukraine Bakhchysarai 1532 SDMC
Ismi Khan Jami Mosque
Ukraine Bakhchysarai 17th—18th century U
Molla-Mustafa Jami Mosque
Ukraine Bakhchysarai ? U
Orta Juma Jami
Ukraine Bakhchysarai 1674 U
Tahtali-Jami Mosque
Ukraine / Russia Bakhchysarai 1707 U
Ahat Jami Mosque
Ukraine Donetsk 1993 U
Mufti-Jami Mosque
Ukraine / Russia Feodosiya 1637 U
Kharkiv Cathedral Mosque
Ukraine Kharkiv 1993 U
Ar-Rahma Mosque, Kiev
Ukraine Kyiv 2000 SDMU
Luhansk Cathedral Mosque
Ukraine Luhansk 2010 U
Sultan Suleiman Mosque
Ukraine Mariupol 2007 U
Al-Salam Mosque
Ukraine Odesa 2000 U
Kebir-Jami Mosque
Ukraine / Russia Simferopol 1508 SDMC
Kokkoz Jami Mosque
Ukraine / Russia Sokolyne 1910 U
Ozbek Han Mosque
Ukraine / Russia Staryi Krym 1314 U
Juma-Jami Mosque
Ukraine / Russia Yevpatoria 1552—1564 SDMC Designed by Mimar Sinan
Birmingham Central Mosque
United Kingdom Birmingham 1975 B
Green Lane Mosque
United Kingdom Birmingham 1970s AH Run by Ahle Hadith
Markazi mosque United Kingdom Dewsbury 1982 TJ European headquarters of Tablighi Jamaat. Situated in an almost entirely Muslim district named Savile Town.
Madina Mosque
United Kingdom Horsham 2008 U Opened in 2008 in the former Jireh Independent Baptist Chapel (built in 1857)[10]
Leeds Grand Mosque United Kingdom Leeds Converted from church in 1994 U
Al-Rahma mosque
United Kingdom Liverpool 1889 U Third mosque in England: December 25, 1889
Baitul Futuh
United Kingdom London 2003 AMJ After the Mosque of Rome the second largest mosque in Europe
Fazl Mosque
United Kingdom London 1924 AMJ First mosque in London
London Central Mosque (Regent's Park-Mosque)
United Kingdom London 1977 U
North London Central Mosque (aka Finsbury Park Mosque)
United Kingdom London 1995 U
East London Mosque (London Muslim Centre)
United Kingdom London 1985 JI It is the first mosque in European Union which was allowed to broadcast the adhan and it is the biggest Islamic centre in Europe.
Manchester Central Mosque (aka Victoria Park Mosque) United Kingdom Manchester ? U
Medina Mosque
United Kingdom Sheffield 2006 U
Shah Jahan Mosque
United Kingdom Woking 1889 U First mosque in England (second mosque in Great Britain): October/November 1889
Jamea Masjid
United Kingdom Preston 1964 JI Recognised as the Central Masjid of Preston and also known for its unique 'castle-like' Islamic architectural design.
Edinburgh Central Mosque
UK Edinburgh 1998 SA King Fahd Mosque and Islamic Centre of Edinburgh
Glasgow Central Mosque
UK Glasgow 1983 U
2 Glynrhondda Street United Kingdom Cardiff 1860 U First mosque established in United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.
Group
AAIIL Lahore Ahmadiyya Movement for the Propagation of Islam
AMJ Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat
DITIB Diyanet İşleri Türk İslam Birliği
IZA Islamic Centre Aachen
IZM Islamic Centre Munich
JI Jamaat-e-Islami
WICS World Islamic Call Society
SA Saudi Arabia (Wahhabism)
SDMС Ukraine (Spiritual Direction of the Muslims of Crimea)
SDMU Ukraine (The Spiritual Direction of the Muslims of Ukraine)
TJ Tablighi Jamaat
T Turkish group
UCIDE Union of Islamic Communities of Spain
U Unknown

See also

References

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