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A converted mosque is a derelict building or large building that has been changed into a mosque in a small community or large city.
They are mainly used by Muslims and the mosque will be used for prayer. Prayer is called five times a day from the Minaret (a tall outstanding building with speakers placed outside at the top of the building).