Islamic Center of Louisville
Louisville, United States
The Islamic Center of Louisville, or Fourth Street Mosque, is located in a converted 1882 brick house in the Old Louisville section of town. It was founded in the late 20th century, one of several mosques and Islamic centers to open following the foundation of the Islamic Cultural Association of Louisville in the mid-1970s, the oldest Islamic organization in Louisville.

Sources:

Kleber, John E., Mary Jean Kinsman, Thomas D. Clark, and George E. Yater. The encyclopedia of Louisville, 643. Lexington: University Press of Kentucky, 2001.

Syed, Ibrahim B. "Muslims in Louisville." Islamic Research Foundation International. Accessed March 30, 2015. http://www.irfi.org/articles/articles_101_150/muslims_in_louisville.htm.
Location
1715 South 4th Street, Louisville, United States
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building housing mosque built 1882
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Islamic Center of Louisville
4th Street Mosque
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Fourth Street Mosque
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mosque
religious
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brick
Keywords
adaptive reuse
houses