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Nusrat Djahan Moské

The Nusrat Djahan Mosque was built by Ahmadiyya Muslims in 1966-67, the first mosque in the Nordic countries.
Nusrat Djahan Moské

About the Nusrat Djahan Mosque

The mosque has no towers and minarets like most other mosques. It is a circular building from white bricks, and the narrow windows are decorated by glass mosaics in different colours. The roof has a characteristic dome with ends almost touching the ground. The architect behind the building is engineer John Zachariassen, who is a Muslim himself. The mosque is named after the wife of the Ahmadiyya movement's founder, Mirza Ghulam Ahmed. The movement has been present in Denmark since 1956. The dome, resting on five pillars, was initially covered with azure tessera. It was later replaced by copper plates.

There is open house for everyone on the last Thursday every month at 19.00 hrs. Call and make sure it has not been cancelled on the day, you've selected.

Useful information

Bus: 132 between Hvidovre Station and Friheden Station.

Car: Parking lots at the mosque.

The mosques' address is Eriksminde Allé 2.

Telephone: +45 3675 3502 and +45 3675 7869.

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Routes and activities

There is open house for everyone on the last Thursday every month at 19.00 hrs. Call and make sure it has not been cancelled on the day, you've selected.

Friday prayers in Danish at 13.30-14.00 hrs. for everybody.

You can gain access to the mosque by appointment.