The moscue is build in central, but quiet and not easily accessible quarter of Kiev, namely Tatarka Mountain. This is ancient quarter of minorities (tatars, as name suggests, other muslims and notably, russian old-believers who fled Russia after religious reform).
The moscue itself is rather new building. The muslim cemetery and just neighboring old-believers cemeteries are worth visit. Tip: go further back from the street to have beathtaking view from cliff of Tatarka.
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