Mosque of Nabi Shiath (Mosul)

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The mosque of Nebi Shiath was a historical mosque in the city of Mosul, original building was commissioned by Ahmad Basha ibn Sulayman Basha al-Jalili in the early thirteenth century (circa 1231 CE).

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Main entrance to the Jameh Nabi Shiath from al-Nabi Shith Street, with the base of the minaret to the left and the dome of main structure to the right.

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