Fatih Mosque, Amsterdam

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Fatih Mosque, Amsterdam

In the heart of Amsterdam stands the Fatih Mosque, where the city’s vibrant life outside contrasts with the tranquility within. This Turkish mosque holds a unique place, as it resides in a former Catholic church designed by architect Hendrik Willem Valk. Elements of the original church have been carefully preserved and restored in the mosque’s interior. Before its transformation into a mosque, the building served as a carpet and music shop. Upon the mosque’s establishment, the white plaster on the walls made way for the original characteristic brickwork, and the suspended ceiling was removed to reveal the intricate patterns in the arches and the vibrant stained-glass windows.

Opening hours

Monday to Thursday

11 AM to 5 PM

Saturday and Sunday

1 PM to 5 PM


Closed on

Friday

Discover hidden treasures

We have selected the mosque's highlights for you. There is a remarkable story behind each one. Ask for the picture guide when you visit. It will lead you to all the highlights. With the picture guide you will discover all the stories about this special mosque.

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The picture guide is available in Dutch, English, Turkish and Arabic.

Route

How do you get to the Fatih Mosque?

By car

There are several parking facilities near the mosque. More information about parking in Amsterdam can be found here.

By public transport

From Amsterdam Central Station you can take the tram to the mosque. Plan your trip on 9292.nl/en.

Contact

Rozengracht 150
1016 NJ Amsterdam