Al-Khaffafin Mosque
Baghdad, Iraq
Located in the eastern section of Baghdad close to the Tigris River and the Mustansiriya Madrasa, the Ottoman mosque, Jami al-Khaffafin, is connected to the al-Khaffafin Minaret, the the oldest standing minaret in the city. The Jami al-Khaffafin is named after the neighboring "shoemaker" souk.

Sources:

Al-Janab, Tariq Jawad. 1982. Studies In Mediaeval Iraqi Architecture. Baghdad: Republic of Iraq, Ministry of Culture and Information State Organization of Antiquities and Heritage, 61-65.

JPC Inc. 1984. Rusafa: Study on Conservation and Redevelopment of Historical Centre of Baghdad City/Republic of Iraq, Amanat al Assima. Japan: JCP Inc., 52.

Khalil, Jabir and Strika, Vincenzo. 1987. The Islamic Architecture of Baghdad; the Results of a Joint Italian -Iraqi Survey. Napoli: Istituto Universitario Orientale, 60-61.
Location
Baghdad, Iraq
Associated Names
Style Periods
Ottoman
1299-1922
Variant Names
Al-Khaffafin Mosque
Jami' al-Khaffafin
Variant
Masjid al-Haza'ir
Variant
Jami al Khaffafin
Variant
Building Usages
mosque
religious