Hong Kong’s oldest mosque is easily recognisable by its mint-green facade and gorgeous Islamic-influenced architecture. It sits prettily in the midst of Mid-Levels, beckoning visitors to view its Arabic-style windows and gates. Aside from being a place of worship for Muslims in Hong Kong, Jamia Mosque is also an important historic landmark, dating back to the 1840s and acted as a haven for many travellers and squatters over the years.
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30 Shelley Street, Central
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