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In the early history of Islam, the mosque which literally means place of prostration did not refer to a building with a roof or boundary. Most important is the place of prostration. But in subsequent developments, the mosque became more specific sense, namely a building even the environment walled and used as a place of prayers. Mosque as a building is a realization and physical aspects of Islamic culture. The Prophet never provide normative guidelines on how the shape of the mosque building.doi:10.24014/sb.v12i1.1932 doaj:07ff0e1edf5341b588c0943ef7f49642 fatcat:533kaxtfq5bnhejj4x4t2475yq