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Al-Manar Mosque in Kudus - Central Java, built in 1549 by Sunan Kudus (Ja'far Shodiq), then extended in 1845 and 1987. This mosque integrates a 20m high ancient Hindu watchtower as its minaret, and a Balinese temple gate as its main entrance. Traditional Javanese Muslims believed seven pilgrimages here during the Gerebeg Besar (Idul Adha) festival is worth one complete pilgrimage to Mecca.   Kudus, which means "holy" in Arabic, is the only town in Indonesia with an Arabic name.

Al-Manar Mosque in Kudus - Central Java, built in 1549 by Sunan Kudus (Ja'far Shodiq), then extended in 1845 and This mosque integrates a high ancient Hindu watchtower as its minaret, and a Balinese temple gate as its main entrance.

Grand Mosque in Demak - Central Java, built in 1579 by Raden Fatah, a Chinese Muslim who established the first Muslim kingdom in Java.   Just as the Kudus Mosque, traditional Javanese Muslims believed that seven pilgrimages here during Gerebeg Besar (Idul Adha) festival is worth one complete pilgrimage to Mecca.

Grand Mosque in Demak - Central Java, built in 1579 by Raden Fatah, a Chinese Muslim who established the first Muslim kingdom in Java. Just as the Kudus Mosque, traditional Javanese Muslims believed that seven pilgrimages here during Gerebeg Besar (Idul Adha) festival is worth one complete pilgrimage to Mecca.

Grand Mosque of Central Java in Semarang, with its large courtyard and 100-metre minaret

Grand Mosque of Central Java in Semarang, with its large courtyard and minaret

The Great Mosque of Sumenep . Great Mosque is listed in the center of the city. It is stayed in front of Taman Adipura (Adipura Park). It is one of the oldest of the ten mosques in Indonesia. The influence of Islamic, China and Europe style make this building unique and interested, these can be seen on its beautiful and unique gate.

The Great Mosque of Sumenep . Great Mosque is listed in the center of the city. It is stayed in front of Taman Adipura (Adipura Park). It is one of the oldest of the ten mosques in Indonesia. The influence of Islamic, China and Europe style make this building unique and interested, these can be seen on its beautiful and unique gate.

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