Residents of Albat are building mosque on their own

The picturesque village of Albat has a rich and centuries-old history. In the pre-war period, tobacco was grown here and people were engaged in gardening. There were three mosques, madrasahs and coffee houses in the village. However, after the deportation, all the religious buildings of Crimean Tatars were destroyed. Now local residents are building a new mosque on their own.