The Centro Cultural Islámico (Islamic Cultural Center) in Madrid, popularly known as the Mezquita M.30 ("M-30 mosque") because it stands beside the motorway, is the largest mosque in Europe.
History of M-30 Mosque
The mosque complex was designed by three Polish architects and financed by Saudi Arabia. King Juan Carlos I and Prince Salman ben Abdelaziz attended the opening ceremony in 1992.
What to See at M-30 Mosque
The mosque is mostly modern in design, but with traditional elements such as a minaret with balcony. Made of fine white marble, it includes a college, ritual bath house, gymnasium, cafe and an Arabian restaurant called Zahara.
Quick Facts on M-30 Mosque
|Names:||Centro Cultural Islámico · M-30 Mosque|
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|Coordinates:||40.438529° N, 3.658082° W|
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Map of M-30 Mosque, Madrid
Below is a location map and aerial view of M-30 Mosque. Using the buttons on the left (or the wheel on your mouse), you can zoom in for a closer look, or zoom out to get your bearings. To move around, click and drag the map with your mouse.