Madrid Central Mosque in Spain
Madrid Central Mosque (Spain) or Abu-Bakr Mosque is a building located in the Cuatro Caminos (Four Roads) neighborhood of Tetuán district. During its construction its proximity to the Estrecho (Strait) metro station gave birth to the popular name of the Strait Mosque.
After its dedication as Waqf land, it still took years to collect enough individual donations to erect the mosque. When pened in 1988, it became the first mosque in the Madrid since it was reconquered in 1085.
Designed by the architect Juan Mora, it is the headquarters of the Union of Islamic Communities of Spain and the Islamic Community of Madrid. Abu-Bakr Mosque has a cooperation agreement in force with the Community of Madrid, and with the State through the Islamic Commission of Spain
Address:Asoc Musulmana En España
Anastasio Herrero 5 / Madrid
Map for Sede / Unión de Comunidades Islámicas de España (UCIDE)
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