Baitul Futuh

Mosque in/near Morden South, existing between 2003 and now

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Mosque · Morden South · SM4 · Contributed by The Underground Map
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Baitul Futuh (the Morden Mosque) is one of Britain’s largest mosques.

Completed in 2003, entirely from donations of Ahmadi Muslims in the UK, the mosque covers an area of 21,000 square metres and the full complex can accommodate up to 10,000 worshippers.

It is located next to Morden South railway station, approximately 700 metres from Morden underground station.

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