Sidi Mahrez Mosque
Sidi Mahrez Mosque, also known as Mohamed Bey El Mouradi Mosque, is a mosque in Tunis, Tunisia. It is an official historical monument.
Sidi Mahrez Mosque
جامع سيدي محرز
AffiliationSunni Islam
LocationTunis, Tunisia

Shown within Tunisia
Geographic coordinates
36°48′15″N 10°10′06″E
This mosque is located in Medina area of the city.
It was built by Mohamed Bey El Mouradi, son of Mourad Bey II in 1692 in honor of the patron-saint of Tunis Sidi Mahrez. It also contains the tomb of Sidi Mahrez in a corner of the mosque.
It is strongly influenced by Ottoman architecture, showing similarities to the Sultan Ahmed II Mosque of Istanbul with a central dome with cupolas occupying the four corners of the square of the prayer hall.[1] Polychrome tiles were imported from Iznik (Turkey) to cover a large part of the wall in the direction of Mecca and the grand pillars that support the central dome.[1]
The interior of the mosque was renovated in the 1960s.[1]
^ a b c "Lieux de culte Municipalité de Tunis" (in French). Government of Tunis. Archived from the original on August 11, 2009. Retrieved July 23, 2010.
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