Taluksangay Mosque

Local nameTaluksangay Mosque
LocationZamboanga City, Philippines

The Taluksangay Mosque was built by Hadji Abdullah Maas Nuno in 1885 in the Barangay Taluksangay, Zamboanga, the Philippines. It is the oldest mosque in Western Mindanao.

Taluksangay was the first center of Islamic propagation in the Zamboanga Peninsula. Muslim religious missionaries from Arabia, India, Malaysia, Indonesia and Borneo have been flocking to this village. A representative of the Sultan of Turkey visited this place in later part of 1914.

At the height of the MNLF military conflict in 1973, members of the Quadripartite Committee, Generals Fidel V. Ramos and Romeo Espino, visited Taluksangay village. Even at the height of trouble during the 1970s, tourists continued to arrive in this historical village.

Tags Place of WorshipMuslim
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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taluksangay_Mosque

Address (Unnamed Road), Philippines

Coordinates 6°57'2.601" N 122°10'53.501" E

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