The mosque designed by Uzbek architects is being built in Chechen Republic

The mosque which accommodates 20 thousand worshippers at a time is being built in Shali city, Chechen Republic. The mosque is designed by Uzbek architects.

With the initiative of local residents the mosque is planned to be named after Ramzan Kadirov. The construction works started in 2012 and the opening ceremony is expected in 2018.

The mosque is located opposite “Shali-City” complex. The mosque has 4 minarets in all four corners of main building. Each minaret is 63 meters high. The dome of mosque is 43 meters high. Adjoining area of the mosque will be covered with 12 fountains. The mosque will be constructed and decorated in the unique style without any analogues in the world. The overall area of the mosque will be 6,5 hectares.

Press Service,

Muslim Board of Uzbekistan

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