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Nur al-Din Mosque
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The Nur Al-Din Mosque (Arabic: جَامِع نُور ٱلدِّين‎‎, romanizedJāmiʿ Nūr ad-Dīn, transliteration: Jami Nur al-Din) is a Zengid-era mosque in Hama, Syria.[1] It was founded by Nur al-Din in 1163-64 CE. It also contained a historic minbar from the same date, which is now held at the local Hama Museum.[2]
Nur Al-Din Mosque
جَامِعُ نُورِ الدِّينِ

The minaret of Nur al-Din Mosque
Religion
AffiliationIslam
RegionLevant
StatusActive
Location
LocationHama, Syria
Geographic coordinates
35°8′6″N 36°45′9″E
Architecture
TypeMosque
StyleZengid
Completed1172
Specifications
Minaret(s)1
MaterialsBasalt, Limestone, Tiles
The mosque was profoundly damaged in the 1982 shelling of the city and subsequently restored to its current state.

Prior to 1982 shelling

After shelling
References
  1. ^ Nur al-Din Mosque Archnet Digital Library.
  2. ^ Hafian, Waal. "Minbar". Discover Islamic Art, Museum With No Frontiers. Retrieved October 18, 2020.
Bibliography
Rihawi, Abdul Qader (1979). Arabic Islamic Architecture: Its Characteristics and Traces in Syria. Publications of the Ministry of Culture and National Leadership.

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Last edited on 26 April 2021, at 02:17
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