Dar Al Islam Mosque

Muslims worship at this adobe mosque that welcomes visitors. From Hwy 84, take Hwy 554 (southeast of Abiquiú) towards El Rito, cross the Rio Chama, take your first left onto County Rd 155 and follow it for 3 miles. The mosque is up a dirt road on the right.

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