AZAR: The Azhar Mosque in Italy’s northern part is ‘one of the most beautiful mosques in Europe’

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It is the Azhar mosque in Milan, a magnificent mosque of the Middle East.

The Al Azhar Cathedral in Istanbul is a beautiful cathedral built in the 9th century and it is the same in the city of Rome, with an Islamic basilica, as well as in the capital of the republic of Serbia, Belgrade.

But in Italy, there is one of the more beautiful mosques built in Europe.

In the region of Milan, there are five mosques, each of which was built by a different Muslim community, in the past ten years alone.

The first mosque, Al-Muhammed Al-Taweel, was built in 1928 and was the site of a large gathering of the Muslims from Italy’s Muslim community.

In 1930, it was built on the site where Al-Hajj Mosque was located, in Milan’s southern suburbs.

The new mosque, the third in the Al-Azhar Cathedral, was started in 1992, and the fourth in 1997.

The building is one and the same, except for the addition of a roof covering, which gives it the appearance of being made of glass.

The structure itself is not unlike the building of a traditional mosque.

Al-Mawlid Al-Sharqiya is the name of the third mosque, built in 2012.

The mosque was designed by architect Giuseppe Pinozzi and built on a hillside in the area of the former Al-Arsal Mosque.

The third mosque is in the vicinity of the city centre and the city is a large place.

The size of the mosque has grown and its roof covering is being replaced with a metal mesh that covers the ceiling and walls.

The area where Al Azhir Mosque is located, is the most diverse in the country, and is also the most well known for its Muslim community as well.

In fact, the Al Azhari Mosque has been described by the local population as a mosque that is “a symbol of the whole of Europe”.

This has attracted a lot of attention, as it is one the few mosques in Italy with an Arabic name.

The name is taken from a tradition that originated in the 6th century, in which Al-Qadis was a prominent Muslim cleric who lived in the time of the Caliph.

He was the most prominent of the caliphs of Islam, and was known for his fierce preaching and the fierce battles that he fought with the followers of his rival, Ali.

The tradition of using the Arabic name of a mosque as a symbol of its Islamic identity has been carried on for centuries, in many places throughout Europe, and Al-Aqsa Mosque, for instance, is in Istanbul.

In many Muslim countries, such as France, Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany, there have been debates about whether or not to change the name to Al-Fajr.

Many mosques have decided to change their names, as Al-Ansar Mosque in Beirut was renamed Al-Masjid Al Haram.

However, Al Azhat Mosque in Rome was renamed after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, as was the Al Masjid Mosque in Copenhagen.

The city of Milan is the third most populated city in Europe, after Milan and Florence.

The al-Azhari Mosque, the oldest mosque in the world, is located in the southern suburbs of Milan.

It is situated in the neighbourhood of Al-Farazzani Street, and it has a population of over 50,000.

The second mosque, in Rome, was named after the famous Italian composer Enrico Caruso, whose works include such works as ‘Salon delle Sistema’, ‘La Concerto’, ‘The Rite of Spring’, ‘L’Abbatoire’, ‘Il Fazio’, ‘Seduction of the Virgin’, ‘Romeo and Juliet’ and ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’.

The third and fourth mosques were built in Milan and the third and the fifth mosque was built after a very short period of time, in Florence.

Al Azarah Mosque in Milan was completed in 2013, the same year as Al Azham Mosque in Tunis, the first mosque to be completed in Tunisia.

The number of mosques has grown from 10 in 1928 to 20 in 2013.

The current number of the mosques is 32, with the fourth mosque being finished in 2018.

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