Fridays in the town of Växjö in southern Sweden will now feature a call to prayer from the local mosque.
The move comes after a controversial appeal from the local Muslim foundation.
"It feels good to know that you can rely on the society's democratic process," the group's spokesperson, Avdi Islami, to Christian newspaper Dagen.
"Our intention has never been to disturb anyone," he added.
But to ensure the the call to prayer, held once every Friday, doesn't disturb any locals, it comes with a few rules.
For example, the sound cannot be louder than 110 decibels, as heard from outside, or 45 decibels as heard from inside.