Stockholm's second mosque, the Fittja Mosque, was completed in 2007 to accomodate the city's Turkish Muslim population and was constructed in a Turkish style. Services there are conducted in Turkish and Swedish. Building started in 1998 and finished in 2007. The mosque is owned by the local Turkish Islamic Association, which has about 1500 members. The minaret is 32.5 meter high, and it is the highest minaret in Europe.