The Koningstad Mosque is the main mosque in Brunant, located in the Arabian Quarter, Koningstad. It was built in 1953 by Muslim immigrants from the Middle East and North Africa and was completed in 1957. The mosque features a classic design and has ever since served as Brunant's principal mosque.
Much of the work on the mosque was finished in 1954, allowing the city's Muslims to pray in the mosque, but much of the decoration and especially the minaret were not completed until 1957, due to some construction issues.
The mosque has long served as a meeting place for the city and Brunant's Muslims and has become a symbol of the Arabian Quarter. Adjacent to the mosque, one can find the location of the Association of Islamic Communities and the Islamic Cultural Centre.