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The Central Mosque of Almaty city - Djuma mosque.


Photo tour central Mosque Almaty.

The central mosque of the city of Almaty is the largest mosque of Almaty and one of the largest mosques in Kazakhstan.
Central Mosque (Alma-Ata).

Construction of Central Mosque Almaty.

The building of the mosque is a dome, rectangular volume with a minaret, elongated along the east-west axis. The total capacity (simultaneous) is about 3000 people. The main entrance of the building is in the form of peshtak. The dome is installed on a two-tier drum - an octahedron with arched openings of windows, rolling in a cylinder, and lined with blue tiles. The motive of the main dome is repeated in the four corner guldasta. The walls are lined with white marble. Colored mosaic decorated drum main dome. On the portal inserts of carved marble blocks. The canvas of the entrance oak doors are also covered with carvings based on national patterns] On the southeast corner there is a two-storey transition to the minaret, which is 47 meters high.

Information about Central mosque in Almaty.

In 2001, the building of the Republican Central Mosque was included on the State List of Historical and Cultural Monuments of Almaty.
Initially, the mosque had a simple blue dome. In 2006, the main dome was decorated with ceramic tiles with floral ornaments. In 2010-2011, ceramic tile was replaced with a coating of gold plates.
In 2013, specialized courses for deaf-and-dumb were opened at the mosque.

History about Central mosque in Almaty.

The central mosque was built on the site of the old Tatar mosque, which functioned since 1890. The foundation of the mosque was flooded in 1993, but construction was completed only in 1999. The architects of the project were Baymagambetov and Sharapiyev.
In 2000, a large dome was decorated with ayahs from the Koran in the calligraphic design of Turkish masters, and high-quality sound-amplifying equipment was acquired. A major overhaul was carried out throughout the first floor, a powerful air conditioner was installed, the offices of the main imam and accountant were equipped with modern equipment, the chairs in the Quran reading room were replaced with valuable tree species, and the lawn was placed at 1,700 m². It is designed for 7 thousand visitors. The mosque is crowned with a dome with a diameter of 20 meters and a height of 36 meters.

The building of the mosque is a dome, rectangular volume with a minaret, elongated along the east-west axis. The total capacity (simultaneous) is about 3000 people. The main entrance of the building is in the form of peshtak. The dome is installed on a two-tier drum - an octahedron with arched openings of windows, rolling in a cylinder, and lined with blue tiles. The motive of the main dome is repeated in the four corner guldasta. The walls are lined with white marble. Colored mosaic decorated drum main dome. On the portal inserts of carved marble blocks. The canvas of the entrance oak doors are also covered with carvings based on national patterns] On the southeast corner there is a two-storey transition to the minaret, which is 47 meters high.

Coin and postage stamp "Central Mosque".

On December 22, 2006, the National Bank of Kazakhstan issued the “Central Mosque” coin with the nominal value of 500 tenge from silver of 925 samples with a circulation of 4,000 pieces in order to help expand the understanding of the entire culture of Kazakhstan, promote the presentation of religion as a peaceful doctrine about the spiritual and moral self-improvement of the individual.

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