The Lulua Mosque or al-Lu'lu'a Mosque (Arabic: مسجد اللؤلؤة, romanized: Masjid al-Lu'lu'a, lit. 'Mosque of the Pearl') is a mosque in Cairo, Egypt, that was built in 1015–16 AD. It was constructed during the reign of the third Fatimid caliph, al-Hakim, in the Fatimid architectural style. The mosque was almost-fully collapsed in 1919, but was later refurbished in 1998 by the Dawoodi Bohras, who trace their religious lineage to the Fatimid Caliphate's Shia Islam. It is located in the southern cemetery in the Moqattam hills.
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