Gaddafi Mosque Kampala – largest mosque in East Africa
Gaddafi Mosque Kampala – largest mosque in East Africa around 15,000 people have space in the Gaddafi Mosque / National Mosque Uganda.
The National Mosque Uganda is the largest mosque in the country and also the largest mosque in all of East Africa. Around 15,000 people can be accommodated here in the Gaddafi Mosque and, if necessary, another 3,500 people can be accommodated on the terrace. The minaret is 50 meters high and can of course also be visited. New official name for the mosque after a few years: In 2013, the Gaddafi Mosque in Kampala was renamed from the Gaddafi National Mosque to the Uganda National Mosque.
Visiting the Gaddafi mosque and the minaret is possible, of course for a fee. An English-language guided tour is included in the price of admission. In small groups of 5-10 people you will receive a lot of interesting information about the Gaddafi Mosque, the Uganda National Mosque.
The Gaddafi Mosque Kampala is one of the most popular sights in the metropolis. A visit is highly recommended. You should plan about 2-3 hours to visit the mosque in Kampala.
Highlights Gaddafi Mosque
largest mosque in East Africa
Space for over 15,000 believers
50 meter high minaret
Mosque funded by Muammar Gaddafi