Manila Golden Mosque And Cultural Center
Globo de Oro St, Quiapo, Manila, 1001 Metro Manila, Philippines
About Manila Golden Mosque And Cultural Center
Also known as Masjid Al-Dahab, the Manila Golden Mosque and Cultural Center is the largest mosque in Metro Manila. Its name comes from its gold-painted dome, topped with a crescent moon, a symbol of the Islamic faith. The mosque is faithful to Islamic architecture—its elaborate mosaics, pointed arches, and multi-columned interior design.
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