Masjid Gede Kotagede
Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Established in 1575, this is the oldest mosque in Yogyakarta.  Also known as the Mataram Mosque, t was rebuilt during the reign of Sultan Agung of Mataram (r. 1613-1646/1022-1056 AH). It was subsequently rebuilt in 1926, after it was destroyed by fire.  It is still in use today.  

SOURCES:
Wiji Utomo, Yunanto. "Kotagede Mosque: The Oldest Mosque in Yogyakarta." Kotagede Mosque: The Oldest Mosque in Yogyakarta. 2006. Accessed July 26, 2015. https://www.yogyes.com/en/yogyakarta-tourism-object/pilgrimage-sites/masjid-kotagede/.
Location
Yogyakarta, Indonesia
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Part of Site
Events
first major rebuilding carried out during the reign of Sultan Agung (r. 1613-1646)
last major rebuilding 1926
Style Periods
Variant Names
Masjid Gede Kotagede
Great Mosque of Kotagede
Translated
Kota Gede Mosque
Alternate
Mataram Mosque
Alternate
Masjid Mataram
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Building Usages
mosque
religious
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