Asians in Britain Book Photograph

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Asians in Britain Book Photograph
Asians in Britain Book Photograph
Asians in Britain Book Photograph
The Shah Jehan Mosque in Woking was the first purpose built mosque in northern Europe. It was constructed in 1889 to serve Muslim students at a college nearby. . The building was designed by the Victorian architect WL Chambers and mostly financed by the Begum Shah Jehan, ruler of Bhopal State, India. Featured on page 49 of the book Asians in Britain.
Year
2003
Creator
Tim Smith
Image filename
40
Collection
Bradford Heritage Recording Unit
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