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List of mosques in Indonesia

This is a list of mosques in Indonesia. The Indonesian term Masjid Agung is translated as "Great Mosque", while Masjid Raya is translated as "Grand Mosque." Masjid Keramat is translated as "Holy Mosque." Masjid Jami is translated as Jami Mosque which refers to the congregational mosque where the weekly Friday prayer takes place. These lists only include notable mosques.

List

As of 2020, a government team led by Fakhry Affan has registered 554,152 mosques in Indonesia. This consists of 258,958 congregational mosques and 295,194 small mosques which fit 40 people or fewer. The government estimates total number of mosques at more than 740,000 nationwide.[1] To be included in this list, the mosque has to be a landmark of a particular region and historically notable.

Name Images Location Year Remarks
Great Mosque of Banten Serang (6°02′10″S 106°09′14″E / 6.0360°S 106.1540°E / -6.0360; 106.1540 (Great Mosque of Banten)), Banten 1552 [2][3]
Kasunyatan Mosque Kasunyatan, Serang (6°03′03″S 106°09′26″E / 6.0509°S 106.1572°E / -6.0509; 106.1572 (Kasunyatan Mosque)) 1570–1596 [4]
Kali Pasir Mosque Tangerang (6°11′S 106°38′E / 6.18°S 106.63°E / -6.18; 106.63), Banten 1700 The oldest mosque in Tangerang.[5]
Ats-Tsauroh Great Mosque of Serang Serang 1870 [6]
Al-Azhom Grand Mosque Tangerang City 1999 [7]
Al-Bantani Grand Mosque Serang 2010 [8]
Kapal Bosok Mosque Serang 2014 [9]
Al-Anshor Mosque West Jakarta (6°08′20″S 106°48′25″E / 6.1390°S 106.8069°E / -6.1390; 106.8069) 1648 Constructed by Muslim traders from Bengal and Gujarat.[10][11]
Al-Mansur Mosque West Jakarta (6°09′S 106°49′E / 6.15°S 106.81°E / -6.15; 106.81) 1717 [12]
Luar Batang Mosque North Jakarta (6°07′26″S 106°48′23″E / 6.1239°S 106.8065°E / -6.1239; 106.8065) 1736 [12]
Jami Kampung Baru Inpak Mosque West Jakarta (6°08′12″S 106°48′10″E / 6.1366°S 106.8028°E / -6.1366; 106.8028) 1748 [12]
An-Nawier Mosque West Jakarta (6°08′29″S 106°48′16″E / 6.1413°S 106.8045°E / -6.1413; 106.8045) 1760 [12]
Angke Mosque West Jakarta (6°08′36″S 106°47′45″E / 6.1434°S 106.7959°E / -6.1434; 106.7959) 1761 [13]
Al-Mukarromah Jami Mosque North Jakarta 1879 Contains tombs of venerated ulama from Batavia.[14]
Cut Meutia Mosque Central Jakarta 1922 [15]
Al-Makmur Mosque Cikini, Menteng, Central Jakarta 1932 [16]
Al-Azhar Great Mosque Kebayoran Baru, South Jakarta 1958 [17]
Great Mosque of Sunda Kelapa Menteng, Central Jakarta 1970 [18]
Jakarta Islamic Center North Jakarta 1972 [19]
Istiqlal Mosque Central Jakarta 1978 [20]
At-Tin Mosque East Jakarta 1997 [21]
Ramlie Musofa Mosque North Jakarta 2016 [22]
KH Hasyim Asy'ari Grand Mosque West Jakarta 2017 [23]
Red Mosque of Panjunan Cirebon (6°43′03″S 108°33′58″E / 6.7175°S 108.5660°E / -6.7175; 108.5660 (Red Mosque of Panjunan)), West Java 1480 [24]
Great Mosque of Cirebon Cirebon (6°43′32″S 108°34′12″E / 6.725547°S 108.569919°E / -6.725547; 108.569919 (Great Mosque of Cirebon)) 1489–1498 Also known as Sang Ciptarasa Great Mosque. Part of the Kraton Kasepuhan.[25]
Great Mosque of Sumedang Sumedang, West Java 17th century [26]
Great Mosque of Cianjur Cianjur, West Java 1810 [27]
Grand Mosque of Bandung Bandung, West Java 1812 Renovated in 1955, 1971, and 2001.[28]
Great Mosque of Garut Garut, West Java 1813 Renovated in 1949, 1979, and 1998.[29]
Manonjaya Great Mosque Manonjaya, Tasikmalaya (7°21′05″S 108°18′26″E / 7.3513°S 108.3071°E / -7.3513; 108.3071), West Java 1834 [30]
Great Mosque of Tasikmalaya Tasikmalaya, West Java 1888 [31]
Great Mosque of Sukabumi Sukabumi, West Java 19th century [32]
At-Taqwa Mosque, Cirebon Cirebon 1951 [33]
Salman Mosque ITB Bandung 1972 Mosque of the Bandung Institute of Technology.[34]
Bogor Grand Mosque Bogor, West Java 1979 [35]
Al-Furqon Mosque UPI Bandung 1980 Mosque of the Indonesia University of Education.[36]
Ukhuwah Islamiyah Mosque UI Depok, West Java 1987 Mosque of the University of Indonesia Depok campus.[37]
Al-Ukhuwah Mosque Bandung 1998 [38]
Dian Al-Mahri Mosque Depok (6°23′03″S 106°46′19″E / 6.384098°S 106.772003°E / -6.384098; 106.772003 (Dian Al-Mahri Mosque)) 2006 [39]
Al-Irsyad Mosque Bandung, West Java 2010 [40]
Trans Studio Great Mosque Bandung 2015 [41]
Rahmatan Lil-Alamin Mosque Indramayu, West Java - Part of the Ma'had Al-Zaytun pesantren. Under construction since 1999.[42]
Al-Jabbar Grand Mosque Bandung - Under construction[43]
Saka Tunggal Mosque Purwokerto (7°28′26″S 109°03′21″E / 7.4739°S 109.0557°E / -7.4739; 109.0557 (Saka Tunggal Mosque)), Central Java 1871 Listed among the oldest built mosques by some sources, with the establishment date of 1288.[2][25][44] However, the Central Java Province Public Relations Bureau claims the establishment date as 1288 on the Hijri calendar, which is equivalent to the year 1871 on the gregorian calendar.[2][25][45][44]
Great Mosque of Demak Demak (6°53′41″S 110°38′15″E / 6.8946°S 110.6374°E / -6.8946; 110.6374 (Great Mosque of Demak)), Central Java 1466–1474 One of the oldest surviving mosques in Indonesia. Renovated in 1506.[46][47]
Menara Kudus Mosque Kudus (6°48′15″S 110°49′58″E / 6.8042°S 110.8328°E / -6.8042; 110.8328 (Menara Kudus Mosque)), Central Java 1549 The year refers to the establishment of the mosque. The current mosque was built in the 20th century.[2][48][49]
Mantingan Mosque Mantingan, Jepara (6°37′10″S 110°40′06″E / 6.6194°S 110.6683°E / -6.6194; 110.6683 (Mantingan Mosque)), Central Java 1559 [2]
Great Mosque of Kauman Magelang Magelang (7°28′38″S 110°13′02″E / 7.477269°S 110.217217°E / -7.477269; 110.217217 (Kauman Magelang Mosque)), Central Java 1670
Great Mosque of Jepara Jepara 1660s [50]
Kauman Mosque of Semarang Semarang (6°58′S 110°25′E / 6.97°S 110.42°E / -6.97; 110.42), Central Java 1749 [51]
Nur Sulaiman Grand Mosque of Banyumas Banyumas, Central Java 1755 [52]
Great Mosque of Surakarta Surakarta (7°34′27″S 110°49′36″E / 7.5743°S 110.8266°E / -7.5743; 110.8266), Central Java 1763–1768 The royal mosque of Surakarta Sunanate.[53]
Baitunnur Great Mosque of Pati Pati, Central Java 1854 Renovated in 1979–1980.[54]
Al-Wustho Mangkunegaran Mosque Surakarta (7°33′55″S 110°49′17″E / 7.565304°S 110.821331°E / -7.565304; 110.821331), Central Java 1918 [55]
Great Mosque of Purbalingga Purbalingga, Central Java 2004 [56]
Great Mosque of Central Java Semarang 2006 [57]
Al-Ittihad Mosque Jatibarang Jatibarang, Central Java 2008 The largest mosque in Brebes.
Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque Surakarta 2022 A smaller replica of the Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi, the U.A.E.[58][59]
Grand Mosque of Mataram City of Yogyakarta 1640 Also known as the Great Mosque of Kotagede.[60]
Kauman Mosque of Pleret Bantul, Special Region of Yogyakarta 1649 Archaeological site of the mosque ruins.[61]
Kauman Great Mosque Yogyakarta (7°48′14″S 110°21′45″E / 7.8039°S 110.3624°E / -7.8039; 110.3624) 1773 [62]
Syuhada Mosque Yogyakarta 1952 [63]
Jogokariyan Mosque Yogyakarta 1966 [64]
Soko Tunggal Mosque Yogyakarta 1972 [65]
UGM Campus Mosque Sleman, Special Region of Yogyakarta 1999 Mosque of the Gadjah Mada University.[66]
Agung Manunggal Bantul Mosque Bantul 1987 [67]
Ampel Mosque Surabaya (7°13′47″S 112°44′33″E / 7.2296°S 112.7426°E / -7.2296; 112.7426 (Ampel Mosque)), East Java 1421 Oldest mosque in Surabaya. The original column was built in 1421. The mosque has been restored several times since then.[68][49][2]
Sunan Giri Mosque Gresik, East Java 1544 [69]
Baiturrahman Great Mosque of Banyuwangi Banyuwangi, East Java 1773 [70]
Great Mosque of Sumenep Sumenep (7°59′S 112°38′E / 7.98°S 112.63°E / -7.98; 112.63), East Java 1787 A mosque that exemplifies Portuguese characteristics, not different from mosques in Sri Lanka.[71]
Baitul Hakim Mosque of Madiun Madiun, East Java 1800 [72]
Great Mosque of Malang Malang (7°59′S 112°38′E / 7.98°S 112.63°E / -7.98; 112.63), East Java 1890 The serambi (front porch) of the building was heavily altered, concealing the original architecture of the mosque just behind it.[40]
Great Mosque of Tuban Tuban, East Java 1928 [73]
Tiban Mosque Turen, Malang 1976 Part of Pondok Pesantren Salafiyah Bihaaru Bahri 'Asali Fadlaailir Rahmah.[74]
Al-Akbar Mosque Surabaya, East Java 2000 [75]
Cheng Ho Mosque of Surabaya Surabaya 2002 [76]
Muhammad Cheng Hoo Mosque Pasuruan, East Java 2008 [77]
Indrapuri Old Mosque Indrapuri (5°24′55″N 95°26′48″E / 5.4154°N 95.4466°E / 5.4154; 95.4466 (Indrapuri Old Mosque)), Aceh 1607–1636 The mosque was built on top of a 12th-century Hindu temple. Renovation occurred in 1696 and later in 1879.[78][79]
Baiturrahman Grand Mosque Banda Aceh (5°32′45″N 95°19′05″E / 5.5458°N 95.3181°E / 5.5458; 95.3181) 1881 One of the oldest mosques in Aceh, the building survived the 2004 Tsunami.[80]
Great Mosque of Singkil Aceh Singkil 1909 Renovated close to the original architecture in 2005 after destruction by the 2004 tsunami.[81]
Baiturrahim Mosque Banda Aceh 1922 [82]
Baitul Makmur Meulaboh Grand Mosque West Aceh 1999 [83]
Al-Osmani Mosque Medan (3°43′56″N 98°40′34″E / 3.7322°N 98.6761°E / 3.7322; 98.6761), North Sumatra 1872 First wooden construction in 1854, alteration began in 1870.[84]
Azizi Mosque Langkat Regency, North Sumatra 1902 [85]
Grand Mosque of Medan Medan 1906 [40]
Jami Mosque of Air Tiris Kampar Regency, Riau 1904 [68]
An-Nur Great Mosque Pekanbaru Pekanbaru, Riau 1968 [86]
Al-Manan Mosque Dumai, Riau 2002 [87]
Grand Mosque of the Sultan of Riau Penyengat Island (0°55′46″S 104°25′14″E / 0.9294°S 104.4205°E / -0.9294; 104.4205, Riau Islands 1844 First built in the 19th century, major alternation started in 1831. Reputedly the first mosque in Indonesia which employs a dome. Employs Malay, Indo-Islamic, and Turkish architectural styles.[88]
Great Mosque of Batam Batam, Riau Islands 1999 [89]
Great Mosque of Natuna Natuna Regency, Riau Islands 2009 [40]
Baitul Makmur Tanjung Uban Grand Mosque Bintan Regency, Riau Islands 2012 [90]
Tuo Kayu Jao Mosque Solok Regency (1°00′16″S 100°37′43″E / 1.0044°S 100.6287°E / -1.0044; 100.6287 (Tuo Kayu Jao Mosque)), West Sumatra 1567–1599 [91][92][49][2][25]
Syekh Burhanuddin Grand Mosque Padang Pariaman Regency (0°41′S 100°12′E / 0.69°S 100.20°E / -0.69; 100.20 (Raya Syekh Burhanuddin Mosque)), West Sumatra 1670 [85]
60 Kurang Aso Mosque South Solok Regency, West Sumatra 17th century [93]
Lima Kaum Mosque Tanah Datar Regency, West Sumatra 1710 [94]
Lubuak Bareh Mosque Padang Pariaman Regency, West Sumatra 1727 [95]
Asasi Mosque Padang Panjang, West Sumatra 1770 [96]
Bawan Tua Mosque Agam Regency, West Sumatra 1800 [97]
Grand Mosque of Ganting Padang (0°57′16″S 100°22′10″E / 0.9545°S 100.3694°E / -0.9545; 100.3694), West Sumatra 1805 Oldest mosque in Padang and one of the largest in the city.[98]
Grand Mosque of Kubang Putih Agam Regency, West Sumatra 1810 [99]
Nurul Hikmah Sipisang Mosque Agam Regency, West Sumatra 1818 [100]
Bingkudu Mosque Agam Regency 1823 [101]
Ampang Gadang Old Mosque Lima Puluh Kota Regency, West Sumatra 1837 [102]
Tuo Koto Nan Ampek Mosque Payakumbuh, West Sumatra 1840 [85]
Muhammadan Mosque Padang (0°57′41″S 100°21′51″E / 0.9615°S 100.3642°E / -0.9615; 100.3642, West Sumatra 1843 [103]
Kubang Grand Mosque Lima Puluh Kota Regency, West Sumatra 1846 [104]
Ampek Lingkuang Grand Mosque Padang Pariaman Regency, West Sumatra 1850 [105]
Jami Mosque of Taluak Agam Regency (0°19′40″S 100°23′18″E / 0.3279°S 100.3882°E / -0.3279; 100.3882 (Jami Mosque of Taluak)), West Sumatra 1860 [106]
Teluk Bayur Grand Mosque Padang, West Sumatra 1888 [85]
Nurul Islam Great Mosque Sawahlunto

(0°41′10″S 100°46′40″E / 0.6860°S 100.7777°E / -0.6860; 100.7777), West Sumatra

1894 Initially built as a power station. Turned into a mosque in 1952.[107]
Lubuk Bauk Mosque Padang Panjang, West Sumatra 1896 [108]
Badano Grand Mosque Pariaman, West Sumatra 19th century [109]
Saadah Mosque Tanah Datar Regency, West Sumatra 1910 [110]
Grand Mosque of Balai Gadang Mungo Limapuluh Koto Regency, West Sumatra 1914 [111]
Baiturrahman Mosque of Sungayang Tanah Datar Regency 1916 [110]
Jami Mosque of Sungai Jambu Tanah Datar Regency 1918 [112]
Rao Rao Mosque Tanah Datar Regency 1918 [110]
Nurul Huda Mosque Sawahlunto, West Sumatra 1921 [113]
Al-Imam Koto Baru Mosque Pesisir Selatan Regency, West Sumatra 1924 [114]
Mutaqaddimin Mosque Limapuluh Koto Regency, West Sumatra 1930 [115]
Nurul Iman Mosque of Koto Gadang Agam Regency, West Sumatra 1932 [116]
Grand Mosque of Nanggalo Padang, West Sumatra 1933 [117]
Koto Baru Grand Mosque South Solok Regency, West Sumatra 1933 [118]
Syekh Sampu Mosque Solok Selatan Regency, West Sumatra 1936 [119]
Nurul Amin Mosque of Pagaruyung Tanah Datar Regency 1992 [120]
Bayur Grand Mosque Agam Regency 1999 [121]
Surau Baitul Jalil Bukittinggi, West Sumatra 2004 [122]
Nurul Iman Mosque Padang 2007 [123]
Grand Mosque of Andalas Padang 2012 [124]
Al-Karim Grand Mosque Agam Regency, West Sumatra 2012 [125]
Grand Mosque of West Sumatra Padang 2014 [126]
Great Mosque of Pondok Tinggi Sungai Penuh, Jambi 1874 [127]
Ikhsaniyyah Mosque Jambi City 1880 [128]
Akbar At-Taqwa Grand Mosque Bengkulu City 1989 [40]
Grand Mosque of Tua Tunu Islands of Bangka Belitung 2006 [129]
Great Mosque of Palembang Palembang (2°59′16″S 104°45′35″E / 2.987833°S 104.759796°E / -2.987833; 104.759796), South Sumatra 1893 Established in 1748; major renovations in 1893, 1916, the 1950s, and the 1970s; major expansion in the 1990s. The royal mosque of Palembang Sultanate.[85]
Cheng Ho Mosque Palembang 2006 [130]
Grand Mosque of Srivijaya Palembang - Under construction
Al-Furqon Grand Mosque of Bandar Lampung Bandar Lampung 1961 [131]
Baitul Mukhlisin Islamic Center Mosque West Lampung Regency 2010 [40]
Floating Mosque of Al-Aminah Pesawaran Regency, Lampung 2012 [132]
Jami Mosque of Sintang Sintang Regency (0°05′N 111°29′E / 0.08°N 111.49°E / 0.08; 111.49 (Jami Mosque of Sintang)), West Kalimantan 1672 [133]
Jami Mosque of Sambas Sambas, West Kalimantan 1702
Jami Mosque of Pontianak Pontianak (0°02′S 109°21′E / 0.03°S 109.35°E / -0.03; 109.35), West Kalimantan 1821 Construction started in 1821. The first mosque of West Kalimantan and the largest in the province.[134]
Jami Mosque of Landak Landak Regency, West Kalimantan 1895
Nurul Huda Mosque of Sungai Jawi Ketapang Regency, West Kalimantan 1932
Babul Chair Mosque Ketapang Regency 1953
Kyai Gede Mosque West Kotawaringin Regency (2°29′09″S 111°26′39″E / 2.4858°S 111.4443°E / -2.4858; 111.4443), Central Kalimantan 1675 [135]
Shiratal Mustaqiem Mosque Samarinda, East Kalimantan 1881
Imanuddin Grand Mosque Berau Regency, East Kalimantan 19th century [136]
Aji Amir Hasanuddin Jami Mosque Tenggarong, East Kalimantan 1930
Darussalam Grand Mosque Samarinda 1967 [137]
Baitul Muttaqien Mosque Samarinda 2008 [138]
Madinatul Iman Mosque Balikpapan, East Kalimantan 2017
Sultan Suriansyah Mosque Banjarmasin (3°17′39″S 114°34′34″E / 3.2943°S 114.5761°E / -3.2943; 114.5761), South Kalimantan 1526 Established in the 16th century, it is the oldest mosque in Borneo based on its year of establishment. The form of the building has been altered in the 18th century.[2][49]
Heritage Mosque of Banua Lawas Banua Lawas (2°16′49″S 115°12′43″E / 2.2803°S 115.2119°E / -2.2803; 115.2119 (Heritage Mosque of Banua Lawas)), South Kalimantan 1625 [139]
Jami Mosque of Banjarmasin Banjarmasin, South Kalimantan 1777
Jami Syekh Abdul Hamid Abulung Mosque Sungai Batang, Banjar, South Kalimantan 18th century [85]
Jami Mosque of Sungai Banar Amuntai, Hulu Sungai Utara Regency, South Kalimantan 1804
Holy Mosque of Banua Halat Tapin Regency, South Kalimantan 1840
Great Mosque of Al-Karomah Martapura, South Kalimantan 1863
Ba'angkat Mosque South Hulu Sungai Regency, South Kalimantan 1908
Kanas Mosque Alalak, Banjarmasin, South Kalimantan 1938
Kelayan Muhammadiyah Mosque Banjarmasin 1938 [85]
Great Mosque of Riyadusshalihin Hulu Sungai Tengah Regency, South Kalimantan 1962 [140][141]
Grand Mosque of Sabilal Muhtadin Banjarmasin, South Kalimantan 1981 [142]
Syuhada Great Mosque Mamuju, West Sulawesi 2011
Darussalam Great Mosque Palu, Central Sulawesi 1978
Floating Mosque of Palu Palu, Central Sulawesi 2011 Hit by the 2018 Sulawesi earthquake and tsunami.[143]
Katangka Mosque Gowa, South Sulawesi 1603 [49]
Palopo Old Mosque Palopo (2°59′39″S 120°11′43″E / 2.994113°S 120.195301°E / -2.994113; 120.195301 (Palopo Old Mosque)), South Sulawesi 1604 [2]
Nurul Hilal Dato Tiro Mosque Bulukumba, South Sulawesi 1605 [144]
Nur Mosque of Balangnipa Sinjai Regency, South Sulawesi 1660
Grand Mosque of Makassar Makassar, South Sulawesi 1949 [40]
Al-Markaz Al-Islami Mosque Makassar, South Sulawesi 1996 [40]
Amirul Mukminin Mosque Makassar, South Sulawesi 2012
99 Domes Mosque Makassar, South Sulawesi - Under construction
Great Mosque of Wolio Baubau, Southeast Sulawesi 1712
Al-Alam Mosque Kendari, Southeast Sulawesi 2018 [145]
Nurul Huda Mosque of Gelgel Klungkung, Bali 14th-16th century [146][147][148]
Sudirman Grand Mosque Denpasar, Bali 1974 [149]
Bayan Beleq Mosque Bayan, West Nusa Tenggara 1634 [150]
Darussalam Great Mosque Taliwang, West Sumbawa, West Nusa Tenggara 2010 [40]
Wapauwe Old Mosque Central Maluku 1414 Myth surrounds the year of establishment. The original structure and material has been replaced several times to maintain the mosque, but the architecture is kept similar.[68][151][2]
Sultan of Ternate Mosque Ternate (0°47′56″N 127°23′05″E / 0.7989°N 127.3847°E / 0.7989; 127.3847), North Maluku 1606 The construction of the mosque was initiated by the Sultanate of Ternate.[152]
Patimburak Old Mosque Fakfak, West Papua 1870 [153]
Al-Aqsha Mosque of Merauke Merauke, South Papua 1980 [154]
Nurul Amin Mosque Jayapura, Papua 1997 [155]

Largest mosques

Below is a list of large mosques of Indonesia. To be listed here, the building capacity has to accommodate at least 15,000 people.

Name Images Building capacity Area Location Year
Istiqlal Mosque
200,000 10,000 m2 (building)[156]
93,200 m2[156]
Central Jakarta

6°10′13″S 106°49′53″E / 6.1702°S 106.8314°E / -6.1702; 106.8314 (Istiqlal Mosque, Jakarta)

1975
Rahmatan Lil-Alamin Mosque 150,000[42] 9,801 m2 (building)[42]
29,850 m2 (lot size)[42]
Indramayu, West Java 1999
Al-Akbar Mosque 59,000[157] 18,800 m2 (building) Surabaya, East Java

7°20′11″S 112°42′54″E / 7.3364°S 112.7149°E / -7.3364; 112.7149 (Al-Akbar Mosque)

2000
Al Jabbar Grand Mosque
33,000[158] 25,997 m2 (lot size) Bandung, West Java 2022
At-Tin Mosque 25,850[21] 10,413 m2 (building)[21]
70,000 m2 (lot size)[21]
East Jakarta 1997
Jakarta Islamic Center
20,680[159] 14,625 m2 (building)[159]
109,000 m2 (lot size)[159]
North Jakarta 1972
Dian Al-Mahri Mosque 20,000[160] 8,000 m2 (building)[160]
50,000 m2 (lot size)[160]
Depok, West Java

6°23′03″S 106°46′19″E / 6.384098°S 106.772003°E / -6.384098; 106.772003

2006
Grand Mosque of West Sumatra 20,000[161] 18,000 m2 (building)[161]
40,000 m2 (lot size)[161]
Padang, West Sumatra

0°55′26″S 100°21′44″E / 0.92380°S 100.3623°E / -0.92380; 100.3623 (Grand mosque of West Sumatra)

2014
Great Mosque of Batam
18,500[162] 5,430 m2 (building)[162]
75,000 m2 (lot size)[162]
Batam, Riau Islands 1999
Al-Azhom Grand Mosque
15,000[7] 5,766 m2 (building)[7]
20,810 m2 (lot size)[7]
Tangerang, Banten 2003
Great Mosque of Central Java
15,000[163] 7,669 m2 (building)[163]
10,000 m2
Semarang, Central Java

6°59′01″S 110°26′44″E / 6.9837°S 110.4456°E / -6.9837; 110.4456

2006
Grand Mosque of Sabilal Muhtadin 15,000[164] 5,250 m2 (building)[164] Banjarmasin, South Kalimantan

3°19′08″S 114°35′29″E / 3.3190°S 114.5913°E / -3.3190; 114.5913

1974[142]

See also

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