Islamic Center of Connecticut
Windsor, United States
The Islamic Center of Connecticut (Madina Masjid) was established in 1993, built by the architect Anwar Hossain of the Connecticut firm The Lawrence Associates. An inscription panel above the entrance doors gives a date of September 12, 1993 for the "Al-Madinah Mosque". It is an example of "adapted design" in American mosques, combing elements of both traditional Islamic architecture and American architecture. The mosque situated on a plot of land within the woods of a residential neighborhood.

Sources:

Islamic Center of Connecticut. "About Us." Accessed January 6, 2015. http://www.icct.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=51&Itemid=75.

Khalidi, Omar. Mosques in the United States of America and Canada, 17. Berlin: US Embassy Germany, [ca. 2006]. http://archnet.org/publications/9968.
Location
140 White Rock Drive, Windsor, United States
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1993/1413
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Islamic Center of Connecticut
Madina Masjid
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ICCT
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mosque
religious
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purpose-built mosques