The Zagreb Mosque, located in the city of Zagreb, is the largest mosque in Croatia. Islamic Secondary School "Dr. Ahmed Smajlović" and a cultural centre operate within the mosque. The construction began in 1981 and had finished in 1987. In 1983, the Sultan of Sharjah, Sultan bin Mohamed Al-Qasimi, who had donated 2.5 million USD for the construction, visited the Islamic Community in Zagreb. The mosque was built by the Zagreb builders “Tehnika” and the architect, Džemal Čelić is a Professor at Sarajevo University, Bosnia and Herzegovina. His design was co-authored by Mirza Gološ, an architect from Sarajevo, while Ešref Kovačević, the best known Bosnian calligrapher of the time, took charge of the calligraphy.
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