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Penang State Mosque

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Penang State Mosque

The Penang State Mosque or Masjid Negeri Pulau Pinang is a state mosque located in Penang, Malaysia. Construction of the mosque was completed in 1980.[1]

The mosque was inspired by Brazilian Oscar Niemeyer's design of Cathedral of Brasilia in Brasilia, Brazil. Its architecture is an amalgamation of Western Modernist. The mosque was designed by the Filipino architect, Efren Brindez Paz.

Penang State Mosque viewed from Jalan Mesjid Negeri (Green Lane)

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  1. ^ "Penang State Mosque". Retrieved April 2010. 

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