The London Central Mosque (more commonly known as Regent’s Park Mosque for its location), is the principal mosque of London and the spiritual focal point for Muslims throughout the UK. It is also home to the Islamic Cultural Centre, which provides education on Islam to Muslim children and the community at large. The London Central Mosque is easily recognizable by its large golden dome and stout 140-foot minaret on the edge of Regent’s Park. London is one of the most culturally diverse places on earth. Whole neighborhoods and communities in London look like they are lifted directly from the Middle East or South Asia.