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Jarvenpaa Mosque, Jarvenpaa

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Järvenpää Mosque is a mosque located in the Finnish town of Järvenpää. It is owned by The Finnish-Islamic Congregation, which members are Finnish Tatars. It was built in 1940s. The Tatar community together raised the money for it.
In 1980s in the mosque, Tatars still arranged language and religious teaching for the children of the community. Later, most of the activity has been centered around a few religious occasions, such as Ramadan.
Around the time the Järvenpää mosque was built, a separate Islamic congregation was founded in Tampere by local Tatars.
They practice Sunni Islam.
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  • Quiet & soothing atmosphere to pray
  • Nicely built place, open for Friday prayer

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