An-Nur Mosque (Dili)

The An-Nur Mosque (Portuguese: Mesquita An-Nur) is a mosque in Alor Village, Dili, East Timor.

An-Nur Mosque
Mesquita An-Nur
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Religion
AffiliationIslam
Branch/traditionSunni
Location
LocationDili, East Timor
An-Nur Mosque (Dili) is located in Dili
An-Nur Mosque (Dili)
Shown within Dili
Geographic coordinates8°32′59.26″S 125°33′36.80″E / 8.5497944°S 125.5602222°E / -8.5497944; 125.5602222Coordinates: 8°32′59.26″S 125°33′36.80″E / 8.5497944°S 125.5602222°E / -8.5497944; 125.5602222
Architecture
Typemosque
Date established1955

HistoryEdit

The mosque was originally constructed in 1955 with the initiative from Hasan Bin Abdulah Balatif, the head of Alor Village.[1] On 20 March 1981, the mosque underwent renovation.[2]

ArchitectureEdit

The mosque consists of two floor, in which the ground floor is the main prayer hall and the upper floor is a school.[2]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Khaerunisa (21 February 2021). "Sejarah Timor Leste Pernah Jadi Bagian Wilayah RI, Ini Jejak-jejak Indonesia di Bumi Lorosae" [History of East Timor which Once Became Part of Indonesia, these are the Legacy of Indonesia in the Land of Lorosae]. Intisari Online (in Indonesian). Retrieved 29 August 2021.
  2. ^ a b "Mayoritas Agama Timor Leste adalah Katolik, Tapi Punya Masjid Bersejarah Ini, 'Rekam' Jejak Indonesia di Bumi Lorosae" [The Majority of Religion of East Timor is Catholic, but They Have this Historical Mosque which "Recorded" the Legacy of Indonesia in the Land of Lorosae]. Intisari Online (in Indonesian). 14 June 2021. Retrieved 28 August 2021.