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Islamic Centre (Maldives)

Résumé
The Islamic Centre (officially named Masjid al-Sultan Muhammad Thakurufaanu al-Auzam) (مسجد السلطان محمد تكرفان الأعظم) (މަސްޖިދް އަލް-ސުލްޠާން މުޙައްމަދު ތަކުރުފާނު އަލް-އަޢުޡަމް) is an architectural landmark in Malé, Maldives opened in November 1984 by President Maumoon Abdul Gayoom. The Islamic Centre was built with the assistance of many islamic countries in the 1980s, and it was opened in November 1984. The countries those who contributed and gave assistance to build the Islamic Centre are Saudi Arabia, Brunei Darussalaam, Pakistan, Malaysia, United Arab Emirates, Egypt and Kuwait. There is a plate kept at the grand entrance of the Centre's mosque part in which all leaders' of the countries' names are engraved in Dhivehi, Arab and English. That plate also tells that the Islamic Centre was opened on 11th November 1984 (10 Safar 1405 Hijri). The building is an impressive structure, with a large golden dome and a minaret that stands at 142 feet tall. The building was built upon a
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