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Loveky Place

Saw this charming little mosque on a tour of the old Tatar quarter in Kazan, according to my guide... read more

Reviewed June 30, 2018
Dublin, Ireland
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First mosque in tatarstan

The first mosque built in tatarsran,we walked there from the Kremlin,it totally worths the visit... read more

Reviewed February 27, 2018
Rihab B
Algiers, Algeria
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Kayuma Nasyri St., 17, Kazan 420021, Russia
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Reviewed June 30, 2018 via mobile

Saw this charming little mosque on a tour of the old Tatar quarter in Kazan, according to my guide it was the first stone mosque permitted within the city in the sort of ghetto the Tatars were forced to live in from the mid 16th...More

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Reviewed February 27, 2018 via mobile

The first mosque built in tatarsran,we walked there from the Kremlin,it totally worths the visit, should be in the top 5 places to see in Kazan, the neighborhood is calm and full of beautiful and colorful houses, we visited in Ramadan so we joined the...More

Thank Rihab B
Reviewed October 26, 2017 via mobile

For some implicit reasons, this spot is not so popular like others in Kazan. But it definitely should be one of the first place after Kremlin, because here lived all Tatars, and you could feel there mode of life, culture and many other things.

Thank Bulat G
Reviewed May 9, 2017

Built in 1766-1770, it is Tatar medieval achitecture. It is situated in the Old Tatar Quarter of Kazan(Old Sloboda?) at the bank of Lake Qaban.

Thank HRS_6
Reviewed August 27, 2016

It's great for prayer, also great for sightseeing. Tourists are all over the place. Nice to enjoy the prayer rooms and the architecture. Some local souvenirs can be obtained there. Staff are very friendly. No one speaks English!!

Thank AmrBadran
Reviewed October 16, 2015 via mobile

People we met in several cities in Russia told us proudly that Kazan is famous for the peaceful and harmonious co-existence of Moslem and Christian worshippers. An example of the adjustments Tatar founders of this mosque have made in deference to those of other faiths...More

Thank Roslyn T
Reviewed August 31, 2015

Mosque located historical side of city nearest Kaban lake. Mosque including marriage saloon also. I think for respecting to history ; they must unplug satellite and analogue tv antennas from the historical mosque's wall and minaret..

1  Thank Ferdi Y
Reviewed August 4, 2015

This mosque was the first stone mosque to be built after the permission granted by Catherine the Great to Tartars. This it holds a special place for all Kazan. For a long time it was known as Yunosov mosque after the rich family that supported...More

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