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Lisbon Mosque (Mesquita)

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Lisbon Mosque (Mesquita)

The Mosque of Lisbon (Mesquita Central de Lisboa) is the main Mosque in Lisbon, Portugal, serving the the city small Muslim community.

The building was planned by architects António Maria Braga and João Paulo Conceição, and its exterior design include the usual minaret and a dome.
The mosque features couple of reception halls, a prayer area and an large room / auditorium.
The Central Mosque has formed a community to provide financial and others services to members of the local Muslim visitors and locals.


Although authorization from the city hall in order to start construction was requested back in 1966, it was not given until 1978, few years after the big oil crisis of 1973, through which the Arab oil-producing nations gained increasing economic and political status. The current building was last finished in 1985, not long time ago.

The Mosque is located few minutes from central downtown area in Lisbon, nearby El Corte Ingles and behind Spanish Embassy.
Address: Rua da Mesquita, 2, Lisbon, Portugal 1070-238
Telephone Number: +351 213 874 142
You can follow the Mosque Facebook page here:

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Lisbon Mosque (Mesquita)

Lisbon Mosque (Mesquita)
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