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Auburn Gallipoli Mosque

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Affiliation  Sunni Islam
Completed  28 November 1999
Phone  +61 2 9646 5972
Number of minarets  2
Number of domes  1
Architectural style  Classical Ottoman
Opened  28 November 1999
Construction cost  6 million AUD
Architectural type  Mosque
Auburn Gallipoli Mosque
Location  Auburn (Sydney), New South Wales, Australia
Address  15-19 Gelibolu Parade, Auburn NSW 2144, Australia
Similar  Lakemba Mosque, Penshurst Mosque, Central Adelaide Mosque, Dunc Gray Velodrome, Baitul Huda Mosque

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The Auburn Gallipoli Mosque is an Ottoman-style mosque in Auburn, a suburb of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. More than 500 worshippers attend every day and around 2000 worshippers attend the weekly special Friday prayer at the Auburn Gallipoli Mosque and is primarily used by Turkish Australians.


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Significance and history

The mosque's name invokes the legacy of the Gallipoli Campaign during World War I, which played a pivotal role in the history of both Australia and the Republic of Turkey. According to mosque officials, the name is meant to signify "the shared legacy of the Australian society and the main community behind the construction of the mosque, the Australian Turkish Muslim Community."

The first mosque on the present mosque site was opened for worship on 3 November 1979. It was a house with internal walls removed to generate open space. The construction of the present mosque structure began in 1986. Its construction and external finishes were completed and officially opened on 28 November 1999, twenty years after the first opening.


Auburn Gallipoli Mosque Wikipedia

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