Bole Mosque
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Bole Mosque

This Bole mud mosque was built in the 17th century in a Sudanic architectural style with mud and sticks. The mosque is in a good state and can be visited also for a view from the roof overlooking the town of Bole. Bole is located in the West Gonja District, Northern Region of Ghana.

Larabanga mosque 2016
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Larabanga Mosque

One of the oldest mud mosques in West Africa is the Larabanga Mosque. Built in the 14th century in Sudanic style it has such a historic importance that the people refer to the site as 'Mecca of West Africa'.

Zayaa Mud Mosque
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Zayaa Mud Mosque

South of Bolgatanga in the village of Wulugu stands the Zayaa Mosque. It is made of mud but built in a completely different style than any other mud mosque in the region. It is square with a number of levels and looks more like an ancient defence castle than a place of worship. It was built in the 20th century by Sheik Abdul-Karim.

Banda Nkwanta Mosque
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Banda Nkwanta Mosque

If you want to get a grip on the beliefs and rites of the Ghanaians, Banda Nkwanta Mosque is then a most visit. Located in the small town of Banda Nkwanta, in the heart of Ghana, the mosque was built in the 18th century by Muslims migrating south from Sudan.

Hala Sultan Tekke
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Hala Sultan Tekke

Seven kilometers south-west of Larnaca, close to Larnaca Airport stands the Mosque of Hala Sultan Tekke (also known as the Mosque of Umm Haram) overlooking the Larnaca salt lake.