While certainly not new – Hammam al-Jadid was built around 1740 – it was in use until the 1970s and is the city's best-preserved and...
Attached to the east side of the Great Mosque is Madrassa al-Qartawiyya, which was built by a Mamluk governor of the same name in the...
Built on the site of a 12th-century Crusader cathedral and incorporating some of its features, this mosque has a magnificent entrance...
Al-Muallaq Mosque information
You have to glance up to see this small and unusual 14th-century mosque, which is on the 2nd floor of a building. Located just opposite is the Hammam al-Jadid , the city’s best-preserved bathhouse, in use from around 1740 well into the 1970s. It has some lovely coloured glass windows.