Central Jam-E-Mosque in Oslo is known to be one of the biggest Mosques in the city. There are more than five other mosques around the area that you can visit when in Oslo.

The mosque is also known as the headquarters of World Islamic Mission. It has a beautiful design resembling the architecture of Iran and Spain. The tiles of the mosque contain calligraphic inscriptions from the Quran.

The mosque is open during all the praying times, and those who want to visit the mosque have to seek permission from the caretaker or the imam of the mosque.

You can find the mosque location at Åkebergveien 28B, 0650 Oslo, Norway. To get there, you can bus no 37 from the Oslo Central station and drop at Politihuset, or you can take the Yellow Metro Line 3 and drop at Tøyen.


To learn about other mosques in the world, click on the link below to find out the more information about the mosques and its location.

Mosque Guide: Learn about other mosques around the world