Darwish Pasha Mosque

The Darwish Pasha Mosque (Arabic: جَامِع دَرْوِيش بَاشَا, romanizedJāmiʿ Darwīš Bāšā, transliteration: Jami Darwish Pasha, Turkish: Derviş Paşa Camii) is a 16th-century mosque in Damascus, Syria.[1] The mosque was erected in 1574 by the Ottoman governor of Damascus Darwish Pasha.[1]

Darwish Pasha Mosque
جَامِع دَرْوِيش بَاشَا
Damascus Darwish Pasha Mosque exterior 5353.jpg
Religion
AffiliationIslam
RegionLevant
StatusActive
Location
LocationStreet Called Straight, Damascus, Syria
Darwish Pasha Mosque is located in Damascus
Darwish Pasha Mosque
Location within Old Damascus
Geographic coordinates33°30′34″N 36°18′01″E / 33.509444°N 36.300278°E / 33.509444; 36.300278Coordinates: 33°30′34″N 36°18′01″E / 33.509444°N 36.300278°E / 33.509444; 36.300278
Architecture
TypeMosque
StyleOttoman architecture
Completed1574
Specifications
Dome(s)4
Minaret(s)1
MaterialsStone, marble, tile

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "Jami' Darwish Basha, Damascus, Syria". Archnet Digital Library. Retrieved 20 March 2017.

BibliographyEdit

  • Burns, Ross (1992). Monuments of Syria, a Historical Guide. Tauris & Co.