Moscow Cathedral Mosque
Moscow Cathedral Mosque is the largest and one of the oldest mosques in Moscow.
The mosque was built in 1904 by means of the Tatar merchant Salih Erzin (in memory of the patron in 1999 on the facade of the mosque there was placed a memorial plaque). During the Soviet period is not closed and it was only functioning mosque in Moscow.
The Moscow mosque is considered to be a symbol of the Muslim community in Moscow and one of the most famous mosques in Russia.
Currently mosque is being renovated. After the reconstruction, the height of the minarets updated mosque will 75 meters and will be accessible overview of the Moscow Kremlin.