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Address: Victoria Bridge, New Town | Opposite National Museum, Damascus, Syria

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One of the Old Mosques

One of the old mosques in Damascus which is built on turkish style mosques. There is public bath attached to it and aviation museum too.

Reviewed 6 August 2016
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
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Reviewed 6 August 2016 via mobile

One of the old mosques in Damascus which is built on turkish style mosques. There is public bath attached to it and aviation museum too.

Thank Abdulmoez-Tahmaz
Damascus, Syria
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Reviewed 13 June 2016

The Takieh al Suleimaniyeh Mosque is located adjacent to the Syrian National Archeological Museum and in front of the Army Museum. It is in a very special; relaxing and peaceful park atmosphere in downtown Damascus. The mosque is a must see sight in Damascus as it dates back to 1554; was built in the Ottoman Architecture and was built by... More 

Thank ThomasfromDamascus
Brookline, Massachusetts
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Reviewed 10 November 2010

Just across the main road from the Four seasons Hotel is this complex of buildings, originally a sort of hotel for Turkish pilgrims to Mecca. One part of the complex is accessible from "Handicrafts Lane" where there are varied craftsmen. From there, one can walk between arcaded building inset with beautiful Turkish or Damascus tiles.

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