Largest Mosque in the Philippines Aerial View
Watch an aerial view of the largest Mosque in the Philippines. The structure was designed by Architect Felino Palafox.
It’s an aerial view of the Grand Mosque of Cotabato as of March 2019.
The Grand Mosque of Cotabato, also known as Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah Grand Masjid, sits on a 5-hectare property donated by a former Maguindanao congressman.
- It can accommodate up to 15,000 people.
- It was constructed in 2008 and finished in 2011.
- It was funded by the Sultanate of Brunei at roughly P2 billion cost.
- It ranks second in size in Southeast Asia.
The Grand Mosque of Cotabato is located in Barangay Kalanganan II in Cotabato City, Philippines.
Drone pilot: NOLISOLI PH