The Ismaili Centre, Lisbon

The Ismaili Centre in Lisbon established, for the first time in continental Europe, a permanent place where spaces for gathering for Ismaili Muslims complemented premises for an international network of social, cultural and economic development institutions serving people of all faiths, backgrounds and origins.

Access to the Ismaili Centre is through a landscaped park that surrounds buildings interspersed with courtyards and open patios. The complex combines multipurpose halls, open and enclosed areas for social functions, exhibitions and cultural presentations with offices and spaces for more contemplative gatherings of members of the Ismaili community. (extracted from The Ismaili).

Related Information

 About The Ismaili Centre

Architectural Design

Inauguration Ceremony & Ground Work

 

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One Response to The Ismaili Centre, Lisbon

  1. Nafisa Fazal says:

    Hi! My name is Nafisa, and I am from Nairobi, Kenya. I study hotel management in Switzerland. I was supposed to do my internship in Spain, but because of the economical crisis, I was transferred to Lisbon. I will be working there for three months, and I still have to find a place to rent and so on. I wanted to know where the Jamatkhana is and if I could get any help with finding a place to stay.

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