|Architectural type||Mosque Complex|
|Architectural style||Ottoman architecture|
|Completed||1544-1558/59 The mosque
1566-67 Al-Salimiyah Madrasa
|Materials||Stone, marble, mosaic|
The Tekkiye Mosque or Sultan Selim Mosque (Arabic: التكية السليمانية, Turkish: Tekkiye Camii) is a mosque complex in Damascus, Syria, located on the banks of the Barada River. The complex is composed of a large mosque on the southwest side of a courtyard, flanked by a single line of arcaded cells, and a soup kitchen across the courtyard to the northwest, flanked by hospice buildings. The mosque has two minarets and walls with alternating light and dark stripes. It has been described as "The finest example in Damascus of Ottoman architecture".
- Dumper, Michael; Stanley, Bruce E.; Abu-Lughod, Janet L. (2007), Cities of the Middle East and North Africa: A Historical Encyclopedia, ABC-CLIO, ISBN 9781576079195