This is one of the places where Muslims meet regularly and pray to Allah Almighty! Open to everyone to visit and learn more about Islam! Obviously, based on its architectural design, decoration, facilities and hospitality, the mosque is one of the most attractive mosques! They provide services for all walks of life, such as Islamic education, weddings, tourism, volunteers, donations and discussions! Only for first time visitors (regardless of faith and gender), please remember that for hygiene reasons, please wear socks into the prayer room! Since its prayer room, wear a simple dress (non-Muslim women are recommended to wear a head cover, but it is not mandatory)! Their treatment and help will not let you down!
Our visit here with our adult daughter was very interesting and informative. Our guide Ergun was very pleasant and explained things very well. I would not call it a tourist attraction, but for anyone interested in learning about Muslim faith and life, this is not to be missed. There is a dress code for men and women to dress modestly, with upper arms and legs covered, but this is only a matter of wearing long trousers and three-quarter sleeves. You must take off your shoes and wear socks before entering the building (the reason will be explained as the reason), but no hood is required. We have deepened our understanding and I strongly recommend you to experience it.
A very beautiful mosque. It was built by Turkish immigrants and it is easy to park. With the consent of the supervisor, he went in for a visit and prayed with them. The space inside is large and beautiful.
Located in Auburn, a suburb of Sydney, it is a very beautiful mosque. It was built by Turkish immigrants and its name comes from the fierce Gallipoli battle between the Australian Army and Turkey during World War I.
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