Salahuddin mosque is situated in the heart of Paddington within a multicultural community, dissimilar in ethnicity. The Islamic centre has established itself for many years as a common place of worship, whereby Muslims frequently visit to carry out their congregational prayers. Nonetheless, since its opening; the Islamic centre has pursued to aid people in their knowledge and awareness of Islam through its communication to the wider community. This established community seeks to put all the feared concepts concerning the religion to rest through its positive involvement to the local community. Salahuddin mosque is a place for gatherings, festivals, worship, education and activities aimed at creating a dynamic centre for the youth of today.
Jummah At Regents Park Mosque. Central LondonDistance: 0.0 miTourist Information 146 Park Rd, London, NW8 7RG
The London Central Mosque is a mosque located near Regent's Park in London, United Kingdom. It was designed by Sir Frederick Gibberd, completed in 1978, and has a prominent golden dome. The main hall can accommodate over 5,000 worshippers, with women praying on a balcony overlooking the hall. The mosque holds a chandelier and a vast carpet, with very little furniture.The inside of the dome is decorated with broken shapes in the Islamic tradition. There is also a small bookshop and halal café on the premises. The mosque is joined to the Islamic Cultural Centre which was officially opened by King George VI in 1944. The land was donated by George VI to the Muslim community of Britain in return for the donation of land in Cairo by King Farouk of Egypt and Sudan on which to build an Anglican cathedral.History1900 - 1931 Several efforts were made to build a mosque in London, including one, initiated by Lord Headley, a convert to Islam.1937 This project (Nizamia Mosque, later changed to present name) was funded by the Nizam of Hyderabad and the foundation stone of the mosque was laid on Friday, 4 June 1937, by HH Prince Azam Jah eldest son of Mir Osman Ali Khan the last ruler of Hyderabad State.
Hyde Park Bst Festival Distance: 1.4 miTourist Information Rede Place London, United Kingdom W1K 7
Spa Illuminata Distance: 1.5 miTourist Information 63 South Audley Street, Mayfair London, United Kingdom W1K 2QS
Founded in 2002, Spa Illuminata offers the very finest face and body treamtents by the most exquisitely trained therapists.
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By combining ancient and the healing and restorative powers of nature and the most advance techniques of modern science, Spa Illuminata is able to offer a unique approach to holistic skin and body care, individually designed to meet the needs of each and every client.
Our incomparable range of treatments and products include Carita, Decleor and Environ. With our caring and highly skilled therapists, each one of them brings to you not only her professional expertise, but also her own unique soothing human touch.
Annabelles, Private Members Club Distance: 1.6 miTourist Information 44 Berkeley Square London, United Kingdom W1J 5QB
Yacht Masters Distance: 1.6 miTourist Information 43 Berkeley Square London, United Kingdom W1J 5FJ
Yacht Masters is a bespoke brokerage with a very real difference. Launched in March 2009 by Robert Dubsky, a leading broker with some 11 years’ experience, and an ex-director of Cavendish White, we specialise in the sale and charter of super yachts worldwide.
Grosvenor House was one of the largest private townhouses situated on Park Lane in London. The house was the home of the Grosvenor family (better known as the Dukes of Westminster) for more than a century. Their original London dwelling was on Millbank but, after the family had developed their Mayfair estates, they moved to Park Lane to build a house worthy of their wealth, status and influence in the 19th century.Brief historyThe site was occupied by a small house named 'Gloucester House' with the front entrance on Upper Grosvenor Street. This house was purchased by Robert Grosvenor, 1st Marquess of Westminster in 1805 for £20,000. He spent £17,000 on extending the house to make it more fashionable with the times. In 1821, a large picture gallery 50ft long was added to the west of the house. It was in here that many of the Grosvenor treasures were held.Another extension was added in 1842, in the form of a 110ft long classical-style colonnaded entrance screen on Upper Grosvenor Street. At each end was a triumphal arch with pediments above sculpted with the Grosvenor arms. Thomas Cundy, the architect of this vast house then proposed a larger mansion to go all the way along to Park Street extending all the way to 230ft. This was dropped as the 2nd Marquess thought it was to be too lavish.