Kalhu Vakaru Mosque

Kalhu Vakaru Miskiy was commissioned in the 18th century by Sultan Shamsuddeen II and completed during the reign of Sultan Hassan Nooruddeen I. It stood on a coral foundation, carved with intricate designs, and was held up by wooden beams engraved with Arabic calligraphy.

Kalhu Vakaru Mosque is the only mosque in the Maldives, which was built in a way that it can be dismantled and easily moved from one place to another