Hazrat Sultan Mosque

Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan

Hazrat Sultan Mosque


The Hazrat Sultan Mosque (Kazakh: Áziret Sultan meshiti/Әзірет Сұлтан мешіті; Russian: Хазрет Султан) is a friday mosque in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan. It is the largest mosque in Central Asia.

After the suggestion from president of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev mosque named "Hazret Sultan", which means "Holy Sultan". As well known, "Hazret Sultan" - one of the epithets of Sufi sheikh Khoja Ahmed Yasavi, author of "Divan-i Hikmet", whose mausoleum is located in Turkistan.

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