Minor Mosque – a new architectural complex in Tashkent, located on the banks of the canal Anhor, embankment of which in recent months has undergone significant changes in terms of improvement.
The mosque is located on the bank of the Ankhor Canal and is designed for more than 2,400 people.
After the opening in 2016, the mosque became one of the largest spiritual centers of the Muslims of Tashkent.
The building of the mosque built in the traditional Oriental and Uzbek style, with two minarets and a dome of heavenly color. Its inner part is framed in ganch carving, and the mihrab (a niche indicating the direction of the Kaaba in Mecca) is decorated not only with sayings from the Koran, but also with Hadith (sayings of the Prophet Muhammad).
The mosque has all the conditions for visitors. There are special ablution rooms that are equipped with modern amenities.
Minor Mosque is one of the main modern religious landmarks of Uzbekistan which is worth to see.
Adress: Kichik Halqa yoli street
Dress code: by visiting religious sights of Uzbekistan, women should cover their exposed parts (shoulders, back and legs).