Jami-Ul-Alfar, is one of the oldest mosques in the city of Colombo and an icon of tourism in the capital of Sri Lanka
Characteristic of this mosque architecture design is a decorative wall ornament or red and white stripes.
The mosque is located at the crossroads in the Pettah Bazaar, built in 1909 by architect named Saibo Lebbe who designed this building for one year in 1908.
Some people have recognized that Jami Ul Alfar mosque is one of the "land mark" or the icon pawisata Colombo city
In addition to the city of Colombo in Sri Lanka, the architecture of these mosques are also located in the city called Kuala Lumpur Malaysia Masjid Jamek