Kharkiv

Kharkiv Mosque

Description

  • The main Muslim shrine Kharkiv Kharkiv is a mosque located in Yaroslavl 31 street
  • It belongs to the Sunni branch of Islam
  • Islam in Ukraine there are already several hundred years old, and due to the location it is Ukraine on the border of two worlds - Christian and Islamic

The main Muslim shrine Kharkiv Kharkiv is a mosque located on the street Yaroslavl 31. It belongs to the Sunni branch of Islam. Islam in Ukraine there are already several hundred years old, and due to the location it is Ukraine on the border of two worlds - Christian and Islamic. First of all, Islam as the dominant religion of one of the two indigenous peoples of Ukraine - the Crimean Tatars. Sunnis are the largest Islamic movements, they consider the rightful successor to Muhammad's first four caliphs - Abu Bakr, Umar, Uthman and Ali - and also recognized, along with the Koran, many traditions (Sunnah) of the Prophet Muhammad.

The main Muslim shrine Kharkiv Kharkiv is a mosque located on the street Yaroslavl 31. It belongs to the Sunni branch of Islam. Islam in Ukraine there are already several hundred years old, and due to the location it is Ukraine on the border of two worlds - Christian and Islamic. First of all, Islam as the dominant religion of one of the two indigenous peoples of Ukraine - the Crimean Tatars. Sunnis are the largest Islamic movements, they consider the rightful successor to Muhammad's first four caliphs - Abu Bakr, Umar, Uthman and Ali - and also recognized, along with the Koran, many traditions (Sunnah) of the Prophet Muhammad.

How to get there?

The mosque is ravnootdalёnnoy from ground stops "Demetrius Street" and "Theatre for Children and Young People", they ply 11e taxi and tram routes 3 and 6.

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HISTORY

  • The request to approve the plan, "the Mohammedan mosque" was considered by the building authority of the city February 24, 1906
  • The building facilities referred to 1906, and its opening was held on the eve of the month of Ramadan
  • The first imam of the mosque and the mullah Mohammad Rahim became Alimovich Uzbyakov author of the project was the architect Muratov Illyas Tagirovich

Dmitry Bagaley in "History of Kharkiv for the 250 years of its existence," writes that by the end of the twentieth century, the Muslim community of the city consisted of almost eight hundred Tatars, the number of which increased due to accommodation in Tatar-Bashkir Cavalry unit in the city during the Russian-Turkish war.

Dmitry Bagaley in "History of Kharkiv for the 250 years of its existence," writes that by the end of the twentieth century, the Muslim community of the city consisted of almost eight hundred Tatars, the number of which increased due to accommodation in Tatar-Bashkir Cavalry unit in the city during the Russian-Turkish war.

INTERESTING FACTS

  • Previous building of the mosque was designed as an effective aozitektroami as a lightning rod. Its foundation was found in the formation of the foundation pit for the new mosque in 200.
  • This type of mosque to treat the Juma mosque. The temple has one dome and minaret 1.
  • The documents show that already in 1926 the Muslim community consisted of 614 people, of whom 328 men and 286 women (members of the community are persons aged 18 years and older) 242 illiterates, 343 - illiterate, 21 middle and eight higher education; 146 - workers, 102 - employees, craftsmen and traders, under, 53 and 51; most of the women (229) were "housewives".
  • Previous building of the mosque was designed as an effective aozitektroami as a lightning rod. Its foundation was found in the formation of the foundation pit for the new mosque in 200.
  • This type of mosque to treat the Juma mosque. The temple has one dome and minaret 1.
  • The documents show that already in 1926 the Muslim community consisted of 614 people, of whom 328 men and 286 women (members of the community are persons aged 18 years and older) 242 illiterates, 343 - illiterate, 21 middle and eight higher education; 146 - workers, 102 - employees, craftsmen and traders, under, 53 and 51; most of the women (229) were "housewives".