||This article needs attention from an expert in Syria. The specific problem is: conflicting dates of construction are reported in different sources. (March 2015)|
|Status||demolished in 1974|
The Yalbugha Mosque (Arabic: جامع يلبغا, jāmi‘ yalbughā) was a 13th-century mosque on the Barada river in Damascus, Syria. It was built by the Mamluks in 1264 or by Yalbughā al-Yahyāwī in 1346–47.:286 During the reign of Ibrahim Pasha (1832–1840) it was converted to use as a biscuit factory.:145 It was demolished in 1974 to make way for a redevelopment. A modern mosque and an unfinished office development now stand on the site.:111
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