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Kul Sharif Mosque to be Opened in Late January 2013
29.12.2012 10:21
Kul Sharif Mosque to be Opened in Late January 2013

The mosque has not been repaired since 2005, when Turkish builders completed and officially opened the largest mosque in Tatarstan.

      It was very cold in the prayer hall, and now special Italian equipment has been installed there to regulate the temperature, as well as lift devices for the disabled have been set up.

      It is a reminder that on August 23, 2012 Kul Sharif Mosque was closed for repairs, so it was inaccessible to tourists and performing of Friday worships.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Mosque Tatarstan Kazan   

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