Mosque Nur ul-Ihsan Panorama, Cambodia

The Nur ul-Ihsan Mosque is the oldest mosque in Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia.

It was built in 1813 by the Cham community. It survived the Khmer rouge regime which transformed it into a pigsty, but was demolished in the 1990s and replaced with a new building of Middle Eastern design financed by a donation from Kuwait.

It is situated 7 km north of the centre of the city.