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Laying of foundation stone of London Nizamia Mosque, June 1937: another scene

(The Islamic Review, August 1937, inside of front cover)

Laying of foundation stone of London Nizamia Mosque, June 1937

This mosque was never built. This project was replaced by the plan which led many years later to the construction of the present-day Central London Mosque in Regent’s Park. So the Woking Muslim Mission has even a connection with the Central London Mosque of today.

See the history section of the website of the Islamic Cultural Centre and the Central London Mosque. You can see it in the following two ways:

  • Visit the home page of the Central London Mosque. From that page, select the tab called About Us, and from the drop-down menu select History. This runs a slide presentation.

  • Read it here on our website where we have saved the history page from the previous website of the Central London Mosque (www.islamicculturalcentre.co.uk). Please see the first item under the heading Brief History in Chronological Order.

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