Khusruwiyah Mosque

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Khusruwiyah Mosque
جامع الخسروية
Khusruwiyah Mosque, Aleppo.jpg
Khusruwiyah mosque
Basic information
Location Syria Aleppo, Syria
Geographic coordinates 36°11′49″N 37°09′38″E / 36.196944°N 37.160694°E / 36.196944; 37.160694Coordinates: 36°11′49″N 37°09′38″E / 36.196944°N 37.160694°E / 36.196944; 37.160694
Affiliation Islam
Region Levant
Status Active
Architectural description
Architect(s) Mimar Sinan
Architectural type Mosque
Architectural style Ottoman architecture
Completed 1547
Dome(s) 1
Minaret(s) 1
Materials Stone

The Khusraw mosque Arabized as Khusruwiyah Mosque (Arabic: جامع الخسروية‎‎) was a mosque complex in Aleppo, Syria. It was located southeast of the Citadel. The mosque was commissioned by Khusraw [Hüsrev] Pasha while he was governor of Aleppo under Sultan Suleiman I. It was designed by the renowned court architect Mimar Sinan.[1]

The mosque was almost entirely destroyed by the armed opposition during the Battle of Aleppo in summer 2014.


View from the Citadel

The complex consisted of a mosque, a madrasa, rooms for travellers, a public kitchen, shops and other facilities.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Khusruwiyya Mosque and Madrasa Archnet Digital Library.