Paris Mosque

Discover Paris Mosque

Paris Mosque is the testimony of the 150 year long presence of the muslim faith in Paris and France.

Paris Mosque is at the same time a peaceful and beautiful monument, a place of worhship, a place of study (Institut Musulman) and an influential voice in the French society. Discover Paris Mosque

Paris Mosque (and tea room entrance)
Paris Mosque (and tea room entrance)
Paris Mosque tea room
Paris Mosque tea room

Visit Paris Mosque

A beautiful monument made of reinforced concrete, Paris Mosque is decorated with mosaics, wood carvings and wrought iron from Morocco. Paris Mosque is an active place of worship for the many Parisians of North African origin, especially on Friday, the Muslim holy day, and during the holy month of Ramadan.

In Paris Mosque, you can visit the patio, the gardens and a number of rooms. Paris Mosque also has an oriental restaurant, a lovely tea room and a hamman.

Paris Mosque gardens
Paris Mosque gardens

History of Paris Mosque

To honor the 70 000 muslim soldiers who died during World War One, the French government decided in 1920 to finance the construction of a mosque, the first in France. Paris Mosque was inaugurated by the French President and the Sultan of Marocco in 1926.

Paris Mosque is inspired by El-Qaraouiyyin Mosque in Fes, Morocco. Paris Mosque 33 meters minaret is a replica of the minaret of Zitouna Mosque, Tunisia.

Paris Mosque: facts and information

Grande Mosque de Paris
2, bis place du puits de l Ermite 75005 Paris
Paris metro: Place Monge station, line 7
tel: +33 (0)1 45 35 97 33.

Paris Mosque entrance fee: 3 euros.
Opening times: summer 9am-12am / 2pm-7pm. Winter 9am-12am / 2pm-6pm.
Paris Mosque web site
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