Abu'l-Fida Mosque

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Abu'l-Fida Mosque
جامع أبو الفداء
Hama View.jpg
in the front Abu'l-Fida Mosque
Basic information
Location Syria Hama, Syria
Geographic coordinates 35°8′22.30″N 36°44′56.59″E / 35.1395278°N 36.7490528°E / 35.1395278; 36.7490528Coordinates: 35°8′22.30″N 36°44′56.59″E / 35.1395278°N 36.7490528°E / 35.1395278; 36.7490528
Affiliation Islam
Region Levant
Country Syria
Status Active
Architectural description
Architectural type Mosque
Architectural style Ayyubid
Completed 1326
Specifications
Minaret(s) 1
Materials Basalt, Limestone, Tiles

The Abu'l-Fida Mosque (Arabic: جامع أبو الفداء‎, transliteration: Jami Abu'l-Fida) is an Ayyubid-era mosque in Hama, Syria, located on the banks of the Orontes river. The mosque was erected by Abu'l-Fida in 1326.

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