Iran Build’s Pyongyang’s First Mosque

New pictures show Iran has built a shia mosque in Pyongyang
January 22nd, 2013
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New pictures from NK Econwatch show that a a Shia mosque has been built at the Iranian embassy compound in Pyongyang. Located next to the Romanian embassy, the Iranian mosque puts the number of places of worship in the North Korean capital to five.

The extremely low number of Shia Muslims working in North Korea

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  • Jacob Bogle

    Google Earth shows this mosque has been there since at least 2000, this is *not* a new structure.