London Central Mosque and The Islamic Cultural Centre, Park Road, Regents Park, City of Westminster, Greater London. A view of the newly completed London Central Mosque taken from a high vantage point, looking over the courtyard to the east side of the building. The London Central Mosque, also known as Regents Park Mosque, was built by John Laing & Son Ltd between 1974 and 1977. The mosque was designed by English architect Sir Frederick Gibberd, who won the international competition to design the mosque in 1969
Photo prints are produced on Kodak professional photo paper resulting in timeless and breath-taking prints which are also ideal for framing. The colors produced are rich and vivid, with accurate blacks and pristine whites, resulting in prints that are truly timeless and magnificent. Whether you're looking to display your prints in your home, office, or gallery, our range of photographic prints are sure to impress. Dimensions refers to the size of the paper in inches.
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Estimated Product Size is 20.3cm x 25.4cm (8" x 10")
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