Jumma Mosque

With space for up to 5,000 worshippers, the Jumma Mosque (also known as the Juma Masjid) is the largest mosque in the southern hemisphere. It is also one of its oldest, its impressive minarets having dominated Durban’s Indian Quarter for over a hundred years, its sheltered ground floor-level shops forming an intercultural dialogue with the rest of the city.

The building is a fascinating mix of Mughal Indian and colonial South African styles, distinguished by the archways and decorative plasterwork of the off-white exterior and the serene marble of the surprisingly spacious interior, which offers an oasis from the bustling commercial activity of the area.



The Jumma Mosque is on the corner of Grey and Queen Streets in the centre of the Indian Quarter.

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Adres: Grey Street, Durban, Zuid-Afrika
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Openingstijden: Open for visitors weekdays and Saturday mornings
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