History[change | change source]
The original building of the mosque was built in 1890 during the British Hong Kong government as the Mohammedan Mosque on a piece of land rented by the government in 1850. In 1915, the building of the mosque was expanded and it was renamed to Jamia Mosque after World War II.
Architecture[change | change source]
The mosque building is included into the Grade I Building in which it is considered as a historical building which needs to be protected and conserved.
References[change | change source]
- "Jamia Mosque". IslamicFinder.