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Aziziye Mosque (London)

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Affiliation  Islam
Opened  1983
Number of minarets  2
Completed  1983
Phone  +44 20 7254 0046
Architectural type  Mosque
Aziziye Mosque (London)
Location  Stoke Newington, London, United Kingdom
Architectural style  Ottoman/Turkish architecture
Address  117 Stoke Newington Rd, Stoke Newington, London N16 8BU, UK
Similar  Leytonstone Mosque, Suleymaniye Mosque, Brixton Mosque, Blackpool Central Mosque, Fazl Mosque - London

The Aziziye Mosque (Turkish: Aziziye Camii) is a mosque in Stoke Newington, London. The mosque was funded by the UK Turkish Islamic Association and the conversion began in 1983. Turks who had once felt reluctant to attend a ‘non-Turkish’ mosque welcomed the congregation as services were provided in the Turkish language rather than in English or Arabic. The total capacity of its Ottoman style mosque is 2,000 people. The mosque also has a Halal butchers, Aziziye Education Centre (weekend schools), Aziziye Wedding hall and a restaurant.

Originally built as a cinema, it first opened in 1913 as the Apollo Picture House, was reopened in 1933 as the Ambassador Cinema and from 1974 played martial arts films and softcore sex films as the Astra Cinema, before closing in 1983. It is among Hackney Council's "Locally Listed Buildings."


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