|Architectural style||Ottoman architecture|
The Khusruwiyah Mosque (Arabic: جامع الخسروية) was a mosque complex in Aleppo, Syria. It is 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.
The mosque was almost entirely destroyed by the armed opposition during the Battle of Aleppo in summer 2014.
The complex consists of a mosque, a madrasa, rooms for travellers, a public kitchen, shops and other facilities.
- Khusruwiyya Mosque and Madrasa Archnet Digital Library.