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Jamia Mosque
30 Shelley Street

The Jamia Mosque, built in 1849 and commonly known as Lascar Temple, is the first mosque in Hong Kong. The mosque is of rectangular shape with an arched main entrance and arched windows of Arabic style on all sides. Expansion of the mosque took place in 1915, and the minaret was retained. Over the years, the mosque had taken in poor disciples and offered them shelters in the vicinity.

* This building is not open to the public

Jamia Mosque
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