Mosque of the El Jebel Shrine Temple (1770 Sherman Street Event Complex)
This 1907 building, one of the best examples of Moorish-inspired architecture in Colorado, utilizes Middle Eastern architectural styles to create ceremonial spaces in keeping with the spirit and rituals of the Ancient Order of Nobles of the Mystic Shrine. The architects, the Baerresen Brothers, reached the pinnacle of their prolific practice with its design.
The exterior is one of the best examples of Moorish-inspired architecture in Colorado, and the interior exhibits an incredible collection of architectural styles, ranging from Moorish and Egyptian to French Provincial, Elizabethan, and Arts and Crafts. No other interior space in the state surpasses the mosque for its high level of artistic detail and craftsmanship.