Granada Mosque is a mosque located in the city of Granada, Spain. It was officially opened in 2003, making it one of the newest mosques in the country. The mosque is designed in traditional Andalusian architectural style and is said to be one of the most beautiful mosques in Spain. It is built on a large property and can accommodate over 1,000 worshippers at a time. The mosque's main prayer hall features a central dome, surrounded by smaller domes, and is decorated with intricate geometric patterns and calligraphy. The mosque also features a minaret, several courtyards, and a library.
The mosque is considered to be a symbol of coexistence and tolerance, as it serves as a place of worship for Muslims, as well as a cultural center for the local community. It offers courses on Arabic language, Islamic culture, and history. The mosque also hosts various cultural events and exhibitions, promoting dialogue and understanding between different communities.
The Granada Mosque is a popular destination for both tourists and locals and it is considered a must-see site for those interested in Islamic architecture and culture.