Cologne Central Mosque

Local nameDITIB-Zentralmoschee
LocationEhrenfeld, Cologne, Germany

The Cologne Central Mosque is a building commissioned by German Muslims of the Organization DITIB for a large, representative Zentralmoschee in Cologne, Germany. This mosque is being inaugurated by Turkish President Erdogan. After controversy, the project won the approval of Cologne's city council.The mosque is designed in non-Ottoman architectural style, with glass walls, two minarets and a dome. The mosque is proposed to have a bazaar as well as other secular areas intended for interfaith interactions. As the mosque will be one of Europe's biggest mosques, and the largest mosque in Germany, it has been criticized for its size, particularly the height of the minarets.

Tags SunniMuslimPlace of WorshipModern ArchitectureMosqueWheelchair Accessible
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Opening hours

Possible tour times:
Mon - Fri: 11 am - 5 pm
Book at least 2-3 weeks ahead.

Public tour without registration:
Wed, Fri: 3 pm


No fee, donations appreciated.

More information and contact


Official Website



Phone +49 221 508 000

Address Venloer Straße 160 50823 Cologne, Germany

Coordinates 50°56'44.587" N 6°55'41.916" E

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