Al Burtasiyat Madrassa-Mosque

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Al Burtasiyat Madrassa-Mosque
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AlbertoS59
Sardaigne, Italie61 contributions
sept. 2020
A hot September afternoon when I arrive at the Al Burtasiyat Mosque, built in 1376 by Issa al-Burtassé, named after him, dating back to the Mamluk period.
The district in which it is located is poor and dusty, the river by which it was built is only a far memory, only its bed full of debris and rubbish remains. In the midst of all this ugliness stands the beautiful minaret and the interior of the mosque, interesting for its ceiling with arches like so many little stars and for its mihrab coloured with various marbles.
Worth a visit and a prayer, amen!
Écrit le 13 avril 2021
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THOMASFROMDAMASCUS
Damascus, Syrie3 355 contributions
avr. 2019 • Entre amis
We found the Al Burtasiyat Madrassa Mosque all by accident as we were all disappointed that we could not visit the inside of the Great Mosque. So we all decided to visit the many other old sites within the Old City of Tripoli. This is when we discovered the small Al Burtasiyat Madrassa Mosque. We entered and were very happy to have found this historic and beautiful small mosque as it was so relaxing and peaceful. We must have stayed for almost an hour as the serene atmosphere was very calming.
So we never entered our main site: the Great Mosque, but the Al Burtasiyat Madrassa Mosque made up for not seeing our first place.
There were many other very interesting sites within the vicinity of the Great Mosque and the Al Burtasiyat Madrassa Mosque.
Écrit le 6 mai 2019
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Ana L
Navan, Irlande2 701 contributions
déc. 2018 • En couple
The architecture outside is quite beautiful, so I expected a lot when going inside... Unfortunately, there is a guy that has a key and it is only open during prayer times :(
Écrit le 20 janvier 2019
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Marco P
Province of Bologna, Italie80 contributions
mars 2018
tutto il souk è straordinario, originale e sorprendente
la madrasa è una delle tante sorprese, da non perdere
Écrit le 2 avril 2018
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Mohammad D
Beyrouth, Liban38 contributions
juil. 2017 • En famille
In these places , citizens of tripoli used to be taught religious lessons and other sciences also, so old, more than 400 years old, its called kottab
Écrit le 23 janvier 2018
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Sheri Laizer
Cité de Carcassonne, France693 contributions
mai 2016 • En solo
I chanced upon this small and beautiful mosque-madrassa set in a garden on the west bank of the neglected Abou Au river just outside the Souk al Haraj and below the Citadel of Raymond de Saint Gilles.

Old men sat around the upper gate entrance and scowled at a Western woman seeking entry to the garden but I managed a couple of photographs and left the garden, crossing the river and looking back onto the little site. A very beautiful Mamluk entrance is well preserved.

According to sources: "Designed by an Andalusian architect, Prince Issa Bin Omar Al Bertasi Al Kerdi had the mosque and school constructed in the early 14th century. "

The garden is a tranquil haven and the river still flows below its wall even though the locals pile their trash on its banks.
Écrit le 2 juillet 2016
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