Central Mosque of Almaty
The Central Mosque was built in 1999 with public donations on the place of the small old one that had been functioning since 1890.
It’s the biggest mosque in the Central Asia for more than 3000 visitors. It is decorated with the local white marble and colored glazed tiles. The dome is 20 m diameter, 36 m height. The height of the minaret is 47 m.
A rectangular plan mosque with the entrance through an iwan into a central passage leading to the octagonal, dome-covered prayer hall. The mosque sits on a raised plaza.
The mosque is located on Pushkin street and is very closwed to famous Green Bazaar.
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