al-Omari Grand Mosque

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The al-Omari Grand Mosque was the old Crusader Church of Saint John. Built in the 12th century CE, it was transformed into the city’s Grand Mosque by the Mamluks in 1291 CE. Damaged during the Civil War, the mosque’s refurbishment was completed in 2004.

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circa 1291 CE

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