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Jami Mosque:
 Is one of two such places of worship standing on either side of a large tank known as Kuttichira, a short distance south. The building is raised on a stepped plinth and is contained by masonry walls.

Mucchandipalli:
 Mucchandipalli mosque is built in the traditional Kerala architectural style. The building stands on a 1.5m high plinth.

Mithqalpalli:
It is the largest mosque in Kozhikode. It take its name from its founder, Nakhuda Mithqali, a local trader during the time of Ibn Battuta. The prayer hall is divided into bays timber column.

Mishkal Masjid, Kuttichira:
 It is one of the oldest mosques in the city. This four storeyed structure supported by wooden pillars proudly proclaims the architectural splendour of yester years. In 1510 the Portuguese burnt down some parts of it, but the charred portions still remain. The mosque is named after the rich trader who built it.
 
 
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