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Abu Dulaf Mosque is one of Iraq’s ancient heritage mosques, located approximately 15 kilometres north of Samarra in the Saladin Governorate, Iraq. It was built by the Abbasid caliph Al-Mutawakkil ala Allah in 246 AH/859 AD. The historian al-Baladhuri mentioned that the caliph built a city called al-Mutawakkiliya, where he built a mosque that was later called Abu Dulaf Mosque, in the east of Samarra.

Omar Hussein Ali - Iraq

Frame Size: 860x635 mm
Paper Type: Let Curator Decide
Frame Colour: Black
Exhibit: POS UA 213 24

 

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Abu Dulaf Mosque is one of Iraq’s ancient heritage mosques, located approximately 15 kilometres north of Samarra in the Saladin Governorate, Iraq. It was built by the Abbasid caliph Al-Mutawakkil ala Allah in 246 AH/859 AD. The historian al-Baladhuri mentioned that the caliph built a city called al-Mutawakkiliya, where he built a mosque that was later called Abu Dulaf Mosque, in the east of Samarra.

جامع أبو دلف من مساجد العراق التراثية الأثرية القديمة، ويقع الجامع شمال مدينة سامراء على بعد 15 كم من محافظة صلاح الدين. شيده الخليفة العباسي المتوكل على الله في عام 246 هـ / 859 م، وذكر المؤرخ البلاذري إن الخليفة بنى مدينة سمّاها المتوكلية، وبنى فيها مسجداً سمي فيما بعد بمسجد أبو دلف، في شرق مدينة سامرّاء.

Photographer:
Omar Hussein Ali - Iraq
عمر حسين علي - العراق



Frame Size: 860x635 mm

Exhibit: POS UA 213 24

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