Masjid Al-Dahab (or The Golden Mosque; filipino: Moskeng Ginto; Malay: Masjid Emas; Spanish: Mezquita del Globo de Oro) is situated in the predominantly Muslim section of Quiapo District in Manila, Philippines, and is considered the largest mosque in Mero Manila. The Golden Mosque was named so because of its dome being supposedly in shining gold. Under the supervision of former Philippine First Lady Imelda Marcos, it was constructed in 1976 for the visit of Libya's President Muammar al-Gaddafi, although his visit ended up being cancelled. It now serves many of Manila's long term Muslim community, and is especially full during Jumuah prayers on a Friday.
The minaret is now completely rusted and the dome is partly rusted. However, renovations are taking place on the mosque.