Ar-Rahman Mosque

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Ar-Rahman mosque
جامع الرحمن
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Ar-Rahman mosque
Basic information
Location Syria Aleppo, Syria
Geographic coordinates 36°12′59″N 37°08′18″E / 36.21639°N 37.13833°E / 36.21639; 37.13833Coordinates: 36°12′59″N 37°08′18″E / 36.21639°N 37.13833°E / 36.21639; 37.13833
Affiliation Islam
Architectural description
Architectural type Mosque
Completed 1978
Specifications
Dome(s) 1
Minaret(s) 6

Ar-Rahman Mosque (Arabic: جامع الرحمن) is a contemporary mosque in Aleppo, Syria, located on King Faisal Street. It was opened in 1978 and features a combined style of the early Umayyad architecture and modern mosques. It has a large central dome surrounded with 2 high and 4 shorter rectangular minarets. The external walls of the mosque are decorated with stones in the form of traditional Quran pages, inscribed with some verses from the Ar-Rahman sura.[1]

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