Qishla of Mecca
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The Qishla of Mecca (Turkish: Mekke Redif Kışlası) was a fortress in Mecca, in what is now Saudi Arabia, built in the 18th century to be a military castle of the Ottoman army. The building was located in the Jarwal district. It was demolished by the Saudi government to build several modern hotels facing the Grand Mosque.
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