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The Islamic Cultural Centre, better known as Regent's Park Mosque, is the main mosque in London and a sprawling, domed building designed by Sir Frederick Gibberd.
The Islamic Cultural Centre, better known as Regent's Park Mosque, is the main mosque in London and a sprawling, domed building designed by Sir Frederick Gibberd. Visitors are welcome but must be suitably attired.
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World-renowned studios where many famous musicians and groups, most notably The Beatles, recorded music
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