Category:Mecca Masjid, Hyderabad, India

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English: The Mecca Masjid (Telugu: మక్కా మసీదు, Urdu: مکہ مسجد) — one of the oldest, and the biggest mosque located in Hyderabad, capital of the state of Andhra Pradesh, India. The mosque is believed to contain sacred relics, one of which is a hair of the Prophet Muhammad. Part of the mosque has bricks brought from holy city of Mecca which are part of the central arch.
Object location17° 21′ 37.2″ N, 78° 28′ 24.3″ E Kartographer map based on OpenStreetMap.View all coordinates using: OpenStreetMapinfo
<nowiki>মক্কা মসজিদ; Мечеть Мекка; Umusigiti wa Makka; مسجد مکه; 邁賈清真寺 (海德拉巴); Moscheea Mecca din Hyderabad; مکہ مسجد; Makkah Masjid, Hyderabad; مسجد مكه; Məkkə məscidi; Mekka-Moschee; मक्का मस्जिद; మక్కా మసీదు; Moskeo Mekko; মক্কাৰ মছজিদ; مسجد مكة; Mecca Masjid; மக்கா பள்ளிவாசல், ஐதராபாத்து; ভারতের মসজিদ; bâtiment en Inde; moské; moskee in India; moskeo en Barato; nkramodan; Moschee in Indien; مسجد يقع في حيدرآباد، الهند; xhami; մզկիթ; mosque in India; masjid di India</nowiki>
Mecca Masjid 
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LocationHyderabad, Telangana, India
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  • 1694
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  • 20,000
17° 21′ 41.76″ N, 78° 28′ 28.75″ E
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