Cologne Central Mosque

The Cologne Central Mosque was built between 2009 and 2017 after the design of architects Gottfried and Paul Böhm. The mosque, meant for the Turkish Muslim community of Cologne, has a contemporary yet recognisable Ottoman dome, whose transparency invites guests in its interior.

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