What is a Mosque?
A Mosque is a religious building for Muslims. In a Mosque there is:
A Qiblah – Where the Muslims face as they pray
A Mihrab – An alcove in the wall of the Mosque which faces the direction of Mecca
Prayer Mats – For Muslims to pray on
A Minbar – Steps going upwards from which the Imam gives his sermon
A wash area - where Muslims perform Wudu before praying.
You can also go and visit the mosque when ever you want.
A Minaret is a tall tower on 4 corners of the mosque and the last minaret usually is on the right side of the mosque in the middle of the two on the corners.
On the outside of a Mosque are which are big towers from which the Muezzin calls Muslims to the Mosque five times a day.
A Muezzin is a the person who calls people to prayer by singing on top of the Minaret.
The Imam is basically like the Islamic priest. He leads prayer and does a sermon. He is a scholar in Islam and he is responsible for guidance and teaching of Islam.