The tallest mosque of the U.S. is almost certainly the largest mosque in the state of Virginia.
Its elevation of 10 stories is the highest in the nation and its location is near the city of Norfolk.
It sits just a few miles from the historic city of Richmond, which sits just four miles away.
The mosque was built in the mid-19th century and the building was converted into a residential neighborhood in 1925.
It was remodeled and reopened as a mosque in 2003, and it is now home to the largest congregation of Muslims in the United States.
The building is located at the corner of North and Eastern Avenues in Norfolk.
The congregation of the mosque has about 100 members.
The mosque is also home to a small congregation of Muslim immigrants from Bangladesh.
The community is predominantly Muslim, with more than 40% of the congregation being Bangladeshi.
Most members are men and women who have lived and worked in Virginia for at least five years.
Many of the other residents of the community are immigrants.
The first mosque in Northern Virginia, the Great Northern Baptist Church in Charlottesville, opened in 1875.
It is the oldest building in the county and was originally a Baptist congregation.
The church is also one of the oldest in the city, having been built in 1864.
The largest mosque of any size in the world, the Grand Mosque of Medina in Cairo, Egypt, has a total of more than 3,000 seats.
It has been the subject of more construction projects than any other mosque in world history, and in 2015, its construction was approved by the Egyptian government.
The Grand Mosque is the largest Islamic structure in the Middle East.
The Islamic Society of North America has ranked the mosque as one of its five “world-class mosques.”
The mosque has been in operation since 1859.
The Grand Mosque was built for Hajj and the annual pilgrimage to Mecca.
Its grandiose design and the size of the space make it a unique attraction.
The structure is home to more than 60,000 Muslims from around the world.
It has more than 2 million square feet of spaces and a roof that rises 1,400 feet above the ground.
It holds a total population of more that 15 million.
The Islamic Society has said that “The Grand Masjid of Medina is a center of life and an integral part of our Islamic heritage.
We are very pleased to be part of the Grand MasJid of Mecca and to share our faith with others in this important part of world history.”