Al-Sultaniyeh Mosque. Madrasa

Aleppo, against the entrance door of the citadel.

Inside the mosque (also madrasa) you can see here:
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And a night pic in the court inside.

5 thoughts on “Al-Sultaniyeh Mosque. Madrasa

  1. Anonymous 28/06/2006 at 04:58 Reply

    Hi my friend ;first many thanks for your great blog …this is not the mosque of kosrowiyeh which is located in the other side of the same street but it is the islamic school-shrine of the son of salahudin al ayyoubi al zaher ghazi and it’s called today madrasseh al sultaniyeh known historicaly by madrasseh al zahiriyeh intra muros.
    It’ used today as islamic school for girls.
    Best regards,
    an Aleppian (kingofebla@gmail.com)

  2. aleppian 28/06/2006 at 09:16 Reply

    I don’t remember the name, but really I saw there worshippers, and I entered the hall of the mosque inside.
    I think here still are being used as mosque.
    I don’t know if in addition to as a mosque, is being used as madrasa for girls.
    thanks for the comment.

  3. Anonymous 28/06/2006 at 15:22 Reply

    Yes you are right;but this is not the mosque of khosrow pasha ,there is also a prayer hall inside this important ayyoubi medieval school with a rich marble mihrab.

    http://archnet.org/library/sites/one-site.tcl?site_id=5282

  4. aleppian 28/06/2006 at 18:20 Reply

    the site which you gave me is great! many thanks.
    So what should i write the name of the mosque? just ayyoubi mosque?

  5. Anonymous 29/06/2006 at 02:48 Reply

    Yes it’s an ayyoubi monument;but the known name today in Aleppo is Al Sultaniyeh mosque.
    Best regards

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