Jummah Mosque, Port Louis
Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
An active and busy mosque hosting important figures throughout the year, Jummah Mosque shows visitors the beauty and diversity of life on the island. Built in 1850 on Royal Road, and with additions throughout the century, the structure gracefully blends Indian, Creole, and Islamic influences. Feel free to step inside the inner courtyard to view this exemplary model of religious architecture, except while the mosque is in use on Fridays and during the month of Ramadan. By using our Port Louis trip generator, you can arrange your visit to Jummah Mosque and other attractions in Port Louis.
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One of the oldest Mosque in Mauritsius and a sacred place. Architecture of grand design. Close to the visit of central Market
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A great typical Muslim mosque. Very antique from inside but heard it's very beautiful inside with fish basin. It's one of the most ancient and fist mosque in mauritius .
This historical mosque with a palm tree in the middle of the building is worth visiting to see an almost African colonial style mosques. Check out when they hold tours open to the public. The absoluti... read more »
Sadiq Ebrahim Dawood
A place in the city centre where you find peace and tranquility even on busy days. Jummah Masjid is a place of worship for Muslims. A visit is a must.
This is one of the oldest Mosque in Mauritius. Built in 1853, the Jummah Masjid is an architectural marvel. It also contains the mausoleum of one of the greatest Saints in Mauritius, Syed Peer Jamal Shah who came from India to teach Islam.
Calm in the middle of the madness of Port Louis. It's a beautiful masjid, well maintained and is well worth a visit.
Once inside the beautiful mosque it feels as if you're in very remote destination.
Magnificent historical architecture. Peaceful courtyard.
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