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The Al-Imam Muhsin Mosque (Arabic: جامع الإمام محسن) is a historic mosque located in Mosul, Iraq. It is located in Al-Shifa' neighborhood, near the Bash Tapia Castle and in front of the Mausoleum of Yahya Abu al-Qasim. The mosque was initially built as a madrasa known as Madrasa al-Nouri, which was commissioned by the Seljuk ruler Nour ad-Din ibn Ezzadeen in the late-12th century. It became a mausoleum after refurbishment by the Zangid ruler Badr al-Din Lu'lu'. He turned one of the rooms into a shrine and mausoleum of Imam Muhsin, and added a musholla (prayer space) and a minbar.

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  • جامع الإمام محسن يقع جـامع الأمام محسن في محلة الشفاء بالقرب من قلعة باشطابيا الشهيرة، ويقابل مرقد الإمام يحيى أبو القاســم. (ar)
  • The Al-Imam Muhsin Mosque (Arabic: جامع الإمام محسن) is a historic mosque located in Mosul, Iraq. It is located in Al-Shifa' neighborhood, near the Bash Tapia Castle and in front of the Mausoleum of Yahya Abu al-Qasim. The mosque was initially built as a madrasa known as Madrasa al-Nouri, which was commissioned by the Seljuk ruler Nour ad-Din ibn Ezzadeen in the late-12th century. It became a mausoleum after refurbishment by the Zangid ruler Badr al-Din Lu'lu'. He turned one of the rooms into a shrine and mausoleum of Imam Muhsin, and added a musholla (prayer space) and a minbar. The mausoleum was located in an underground shaft in a smaller mosque which was part of the complex. It was destroyed by the Islamic State of Iraq and Levant in 2015 after an attempt to loot the mosque. (en)
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  • The Al-Naqib Hall in front of the mosque (en)
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  • Nour ad-Din ibn Ezzadeen, later Badr Ad'Din Ibn Lu'lu (en)
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  • Damaged, rest of mosque still intact (en)
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  • Location in Iraq (en)
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  • Iraq (en)
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  • Al-Imam Muhsin Mosque (en)
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  • جامع الإمام محسن (en)
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  • ara (en)
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  • Mosque and mausoleum (en)
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  • جامع الإمام محسن يقع جـامع الأمام محسن في محلة الشفاء بالقرب من قلعة باشطابيا الشهيرة، ويقابل مرقد الإمام يحيى أبو القاســم. (ar)
  • The Al-Imam Muhsin Mosque (Arabic: جامع الإمام محسن) is a historic mosque located in Mosul, Iraq. It is located in Al-Shifa' neighborhood, near the Bash Tapia Castle and in front of the Mausoleum of Yahya Abu al-Qasim. The mosque was initially built as a madrasa known as Madrasa al-Nouri, which was commissioned by the Seljuk ruler Nour ad-Din ibn Ezzadeen in the late-12th century. It became a mausoleum after refurbishment by the Zangid ruler Badr al-Din Lu'lu'. He turned one of the rooms into a shrine and mausoleum of Imam Muhsin, and added a musholla (prayer space) and a minbar. (en)
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  • Al-Imam Muhsin Mosque (en)
  • جامع الإمام محسن (ar)
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