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Moscow Cathedral Mosque

Moscow Cathedral Mosque

The Moscow Cathedral Mosque is the main spiritual centre of historic and cultural heritage of Muslims in Russia. In 2005 it was decided to reconstruct the mosque on a massive scale in order to extend its area and renovate the building using the modern construction technologies.
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The Moscow Cathedral Mosque is the main spiritual centre of historic and cultural heritage of Muslims in Russia. It was built in 1904 according to the architect N. Zhukov’s design, and at the expense of the Tatar merchant Salih Yerzin. Currently, the Moscow Cathedral Mosque is the main Russia's religious object for those who profess Islam.

During the great Muslim holidays the mosque's area wasn’t enough to admit all the people desired to visit the religious landmark. Thus, it was decided to reconstruct the mosque on a massive scale in order to extend its area and renovate the building using the modern construction technologies.

Project Information

Address
Russia, Moscow, Vypolzov lane, vl. 7

Country
Russia

Website
The project official website

Completion
2015

Project Type
New Build

Product Lines
Uponor Classic

Size
25,000 metres of PE-Xa pipes in dimensions ranging from 16x2.0 to 40x30.7 mm

Partners

Project originator: Muslim Spiritual Board
General contractor: IP GROUP
Installer: Monart
Planner: Finproekt

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