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Sang Cipta Rasa Great Mosque is also known as Great Mosque of Cirebon. It is located in West Java, Indonesia. Sang Cipta Rasa is taken from the word "sang" which means grandeur, "Cipta" which means building, and "rasa" which means taste. The name of this mosque was considered from Hindhu-Buddha theology. Sang Cipta Rasa mosque was built in 1480 AD by Wali Sanga. Wali Sanga was instrumental in spreading Islamic way of life in Java. Hence, the Sang Cipta Rasa mosque is one of the places where Islam was originally introduced in the western part of Java. It is located right opposite the Keraton Kesapuhan, making it among the top tourist destinations in the region.
The highlight of the mosque, however, is its architecture which includes the absence of a rooftop as is often found in other mosques of the region and world- over. Masjid Agung, due to its rich history has assumed a place of high importance in the locals as well tourists.