Bulgar Musjid
Bulgar Musjid
Bulgar Musjid
Bulgar Musjid

Bulgar Musjid

Bulgar Musjid
  • On the banks of the Volga River, some 140 km from the Tatarstan capital Kazan, there are ruins of the legendary ancient city of Great Bulgar. It was one of the greatest cities of the medieval Golden Horde Empire. Apart from the ancient ruins, all that remains of Great Bulgar is the village of Bolgary and the walls of a large Musjid with a minaret dating back to the 13th century.

Nurd Kamal Mosque

The Nord Kamal Mosque is the largest Musjid in the city of Norilsk, Russia. It is listed in the Guinness Book of Records as the most northernly-situated Musjid in the world. It was built by businessman Mukhtad Bekmeyev, an ethnic Tatar native of Norilsk, who named it...

The Grand Musjid of Grozny

The Akhmad Kadyrov Mosque is located in Grozny, the capital of Chechnya. The Musjid is one of the largest in Russia and is officially known as "The Heart of Chechnya"   The Musjid is named after Akhmad Kadyrov, the first president of the Republic of Chechnya and...

Al-Marjani Musjid

After several decades of persecution of the Muslims in Imperial Russia the Marjani Mosque was the first Musjid built in Kazan under Russian rule. It is the oldest active Musjid in Tatarstan and the only Musjid in Kazan that evaded closure during the Soviet period....
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