MOSQUES IN GREAT BRITAIN: ISLAMIC ARCHITECTURE IN THE UK, c 1945
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A striking view of the entrance to the Fazl Mosque in Southfields, London. The original caption states that it was built by the Ahmadiyya Movement of Qadian, in the Byzantine style. It was opened by Sir Abdul Qadir in October 1926, and the interior is 43 feet by 26 feet.