List of mosques in Baghdad

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Baghdad, located in Iraq, was once the capital of the Abbasid Caliphate and a center of Islamic advancements. The Golden Age ended in 1258 when the Mongols laid siege to the city and demolished many of its libraries and monuments.

Rashidunids[edit]

AlKhulafa Mosque 2016
AlKhulafa Mosque 2014

Abbasids[edit]

Main hall of Abu Hanifa Mosque in 2014
Al Sarai Mosque in 2014
Al khelani Mosque in 2012

Turco-Persian[edit]

Firdos Square, the location of the former statue of Saddam Hussein.
Al-Kadhimiya Mosque main entrance in 1970

Ottomans[edit]

Al-Hayder Khana Mosque

Modern[edit]

17th of Ramadan mosque

Unknown[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ “The Great Mosque of al-Mansur at Baghdad,” Iraq, I, 1934: 105-11
  2. ^ ArchNet.org. "Baghdad". Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA: MIT School of Architecture and Planning. Retrieved 12 April 2013. 
  3. ^ The construction of the Saddam Grand Mosque was stopped at an extremely early stage. It is often confused with the Al-Rahman mosque.

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