Built on wakaf land, Angullia Mosque has been an iconic landmark
in the area of Serangoon Road and Little India for more than 130 years.
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Masjid Angullia was built on land bequeathed by late merchant and philanthropist Mohammed Salleh Eusoof (MSE) Angullia in 1890.
It was first rebuilt and expanded in 1970 to a two-storey building, and then redeveloped once more in 2018. Today, it is a four storey modern building with amenities to better serve the needs of the multi cultural congregants that frequent the area.
2012 · Angullia Mosque before redevelopment
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