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Jamek Mosque is located at the confluence, in between Klang River and Gombak River. It was the main mosque in Kuala Lumpur before the National Mosque was completed in 1965. The foundation stone was laid in 1908 by Sultan Alauddin Sulaiman Shah and completed in 1909. Before this mosque was built, the area was cemetery area.

It was designed by A.B.Hubback and has a Mughal architecture, an Indian Muslim dome and arches. Its main dome measures about 70 feet wide. In 1993, one of its dome collapsed due to heavy rain but was rebuilt.
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To enter this mosque, all tourist must be decently dressed, shoes must be removed and female tourists will have to put on a scarf to cover their hair. The scarfs are provided free by the mosque.

Lastly, kindly help keep Kuala Lumpur clean by throwing rubbish into proper place.
Behind Merdeka Square, confluence of Klang River and Gombak River Jamek Mosque
Jamek Mosque

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