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Masjids of north Goa

Safa Shahouri  Masjid, Ponda

This is the biggest and the oldest mosque in Goa. It is the only remaining one in Ponda taluka among the 26 mosques that were built by Sultan Adil Shah of Bijapur in 1560. The oldest part today is the water tank in front of the mosque. It used to be surrounded by a garden with many fountains, all of which were destroyed by the Portuguese.

Jama  Masjid, Panaji

This is a relatively new mosque in Panaji, located near the Panaji Church.

Aga Khan Jamatkhana

This is situated near Azad Maidan and is specially for the Ismalia  sect of Shia Muslims.
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