List of mosques in the United Kingdom
|Abbey Mills Mosque||London||1996||Sunni Muslim |
|Aziziye Mosque||London||1983||Sunni Muslim|
|Baitul Futuh Mosque||London||2003||Ahmadiyya Muslim||The Baitul Futuh Mosque, also known as the Morden Mosque, is a mosque complex in Morden, London. It is one of the largest mosques in Western Europe. Completed in 2003 at a cost of £15 million, entirely from donations of British Ahmadi Muslims, the full complex can accommodate 13,000 people.|
|Fazl Mosque /
The London Mosque
|The Fazl Mosque, also known as The London Mosque, is the first purpose-built mosque in the British capital. It was inaugurated on 23 October 1926 in Southfields, Wandsworth.|
|Brixton Mosque||London||1990||Sunni Muslim|
|Brick Lane Mosque / Jamme Masjid||London||1976||Sunni Muslim|
|East London Mosque||London||1910||Sunni Muslim||One of the few mosques in Britain permitted to use loudspeakers to broadcast the call to prayer.|
|London Central Mosque||London||1977||Sunni Muslim||Also known as the Islamic Cultural Centre, ICC or Regent's Park Mosque|
|North London Central Mosque||London||1990s||Sunni Muslim||Also known as the Finsbury Park Mosque|
|Madina Mosque Trust||London||1984||Sunni Muslim -||Also known as Madina Masjid or MMT|
|Rumi Mosque||London||2004||Sunni Muslim||Also known as Rumi Community Centre|
|Suleymaniye Mosque||London||1999||Sunni Muslim||Suleymaniye Mosque bears the tallest minaret in Britain.|
|Waltham Forest Islamic Association||Leyton, London||Sunni Muslim||Also known as, Jamia Ghousia Masjid, Lea Bridge Road Mosque, WFIA|
|White City Mosque||White City, London||2015||Sunni Muslim||Also known as the White City Musalla or "The Egyptian House"|
|Masjid Abdul Aziz bin Baz||Stratford, London||2014||Sunni Muslim||Also known as Masjid bin Baz , first Salafi mosque in East London.|
|Leytonstone Masjid||Leytonstone, London||1976||Sunni Muslim||Also known as Leytonstone Islamic Association|
|Al-Rahma mosque||Liverpool||1889||Sunni Muslim||Third mosque in Great Britain|
|Manchester Central Mosque||Manchester||Sunni Muslim||Also known as Victoria Park Mosque, sometimes referred to as Jamia Mosque|
|Jamea Masjid||Preston||1964||Sunni Muslim.||Recognised as the Central Masjid of Preston and also known for its 'castle-like' Islamic architectural design.|
|Didsbury Mosque||Manchester||1962||Sunni Muslim||Originally opened in 1883 as Albert Park Methodist Chapel|
|Chesham Mosque||Chesham (Buckinghamshire)||2005||Sunni Muslim|
|Madina Mosque||Horsham (West Sussex)||2008||Sunni Muslim||Built in 1857 as the Jireh Independent Baptist Chapel|
|Shah Jahan Mosque||Woking||1889||Sunni Muslim|
|Bristol Jamia Mosque||Bristol||1968||Sunni Muslim||First mosque in Bristol. Largest mosque in south-west England.|
|Easton Jamia Mosque||Bristol||2017||Sunni Muslim||Unique transparent dome|
|Exeter Mosque||Exeter||2011||Sunni Muslim|
|Ghamkol Shariff Masjid||Birmingham||1992||Sunni Muslim|
|Birmingham Central Mosque||Birmingham||1981||Sunni Muslim.|
|Darul Barakaat Mosque||Birmingham||2004||Ahmadiyya||Holds 500 worshippers|
|Green Lane Masjid||Birmingham||1970s||Sunni Muslim||Built 1893–1902 as a public library and baths|
|Telford Central Mosque||Telford||Sunni Muslim||also known as the Shropshire Islamic Foundation|
|Masjid As-Salafi||Birmingham||2002||Sunni Muslim|
Yorkshire and the HumberEdit
|Al Mahdi Mosque||Bradford||2008||Ahmadiyya||Holds 1,000 worshippers|
|Leeds Grand Mosque||Leeds||Sunni Muslim|
|Makkah Masjid||Hyde Park, Leeds|
|Markazi Masjid||Dewsbury (West Yorkshire)||1982||Sunni Muslim||European headquarters of the Tablighi Jamaat movement|
|Madina Mosque||Sheffield||2006||Sunni Muslim||Also known as the Wolseley Road Mosque|
|Stratford Street mosque||Leeds||Sunni Muslim||Officially the Omar Mosque or Masjid-e-Umar|
|Al-Jamia Suffa-Tul-Islam Grand Mosque||Bradford||2013||Sunni Muslim||Mosque nearing completion with a capacity of 8,000 worshippers and also known as the "Bradford Grand Mosque"|
|York Mosque||York||Sunni Muslim|
|Dundee Central Mosque||Dundee||2000||Sunni Muslim||Also known as the Jamia Mosque|
|Edinburgh Central Mosque||Edinburgh||1998||Sunni Muslim||Officially known as the King Fahd Mosque and Islamic Centre of Edinburgh|
|Glasgow Central Mosque||Glasgow||1983||Sunni Muslim|
|Al-Manar Centre||Cardiff||1992||Sunni Muslim||Formerly known as Masjid-e-Abu Hurairah.|
|Swansea Mosque||Swansea||1980s||Sunni Muslim||Formerly St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church|
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