Béda révisi "Masjid Saint Petersburg"

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Ngarapihkeun éjahan, replaced: mangrupakeun → mangrupa, wae → waé , ea → éa using AWB
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[[Image:Mosque SPB.jpg|thumb|300px|Masigit Saint Petersburg]]
'''Masjid Saint Petersburg''' ({{lang-ru|Санкт-Петербу́ргская мече́ть}}), nalika munggaran dibukana taun [[1913]], harita mah mangrupakeunmangrupa [[masjid]] panggedena di [[Eropa]], [[munara]]na waewaé luhurna 48 meter sarta [[momolo]]na 39 meter. Masjid ieu aya di puseur karameankaraméan [[St Petersburg]], sahingga momolo biruna bisa katempo kalayan sampurna ti Walungan Trinitas nu ngaliwatan [[Neva]]. Masjid ieu bisa nampung lima rebu urang [[jamaah]].
 
Batu munggarannana digolerkeun taun [[1910]] keur ngeling-ngeling ulang taun pamarentahan [[Alim Khan|Abdul Ahat Khan]] nu ka-25 di [[Bukhara]]. Harita, komunitas [[Muslim]] di puseur kota Rusia leuwih ti 8.000 urang. Struktur ieu geus diperhitungkeun pikeun bisa nampung jalma nu sakitu lobana. [[Arsiték]]na, [[Alexander von Gogen]] nyonto masjid ieu siga [[Gur-e Amir]], [[jaratan]] [[Tamerlane]] di [[Samarkand]]. Pangwangunannana rengse taun [[1921]].
 
Nalika ibadah, para jamaah dibagi dumasar jenis kelamin; [[wanoja]] di lantéy hiji, [[lalaki]] mah di lantéy dasar. Masigit ieu ditutup keur jamaah ti taun [[1940]] nepi ka taun [[1956]].
<!--The location of the mosque was symbolic, sited opposite the Peter and Paul's Fortress, in the city centre. The permission to purchase the site was given by Emperor [[Nicholas II of Russia|Nicholas II]] in [[Peterhoff]] on [[3 July]] [[1907]]. That autumn, the committee approved the project by architect [[Nikolay Vasiliev]], the engineer Stepan Krichinskiy, and construction was overseen by academic Alexander von Gogen. The building facade was made by combining both oriental ornaments and turquoise blue mosaic.
 
On [[3 February]] [[1910]], the brick laying ceremony was performed by Ahun Bayazitov, attended by government, religious and social figures. Among those who attended was Amir Buharskiy, Harusin, Novikov, the ambassadors of [[Turkey]] and [[Persia]], Sultanov the Orenburg's Muftiy, and Tevkelev, the leader of the Muslims party in the [[Duma]] .
 
The walls were made with grey granite and the dome and both minarets (tower) are covered with mosaic ceramics of sky-light-blue colour. Skilled craftsmen from Central Asia took part working on the mosque. The facades are decorated with sayings from Koran using the characteristic Arabian calligraphy. Internal columns are made from green marble. woman pray in on the first floor, above the western part of the hall. The mosque was covered by huge special made carpets weaved by the Central Asian craftsmen.
 
The St. Petersburg Mosque was closed and was made into a warehouse during the [[Second World War]]. At the request of the first Indonesian President, [[Soekarno]] (whilst visiting the city), the mosque was returned to the Muslim community of the city in 1956, ten days after his visit. A major restoration of a mosque was made in 1980.
*{{en}} [http://www-staff.it.uts.edu.au/~jenny/photos/murn/slides/mosque%20St%20Petersburg.html Poto]
 
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[[CategoryKategori:Masjid di Rusia]]
[[CategoryKategori:Wangunan jeung struktur di Saint Petersburg]]
[[CategoryKategori:Ageman di Saint Petersburg]]
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