Masjid Sultan, Singapore

Masjid Sultan was built in 1824 by Sultan Hussein Shah, the 19th-century ruler of Johor and Singapore. It is located in the historic Kampong Glam, the heart of Singapore’s Muslim community. The original building was torn down a century later to make way for the current mosque which was completed in 1932. Masjid Sultan is considered the national mosque of Singapore.

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