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Aazem wal Saadeh Mosque
  • Location: Ramel Gate District
  • Commissioned by: Minister Najib Miqati and Mr. Taha Miqati - to the memory of their father (Mr. Azmi Mikati) and mother (Mrs. Souad Mikati)
  • Date of construction: 1420 H/1999 CE
  • Historical period: Modern
  • Characteristics: Officially opened on December 10, 1999. The mosque is built within the Educational Religious Complex.

Abdullah Ibn Mas'oud Prayer House
  • Location: The Vegetables bazaar
  • Date of construction: 1403 H/1982 CE
  • Historical period: Modern
  • Proprietor: Islamic Awqaf Directorate of Tripoli

Abou Bakr AlSiddeeq Mosque
  • Location: The area facing the Government Saray (South of Tripoli)
  • Commissioned by: The Committee for Mosques Construction
  • Date of construction: 1380 H/1960 CE
  • Historical period: Modern
  • Characteristics: It is characterized by its rocket-shaped minaret. It was designed by an architect from Tripoli, who was inspired by the shapes of space rockets utilized during that time.
  • Proprietor: Islamic Awqaf Directorate of Tripoli


Abou-l-Qasem Mosque
  • Location: Zahriyah district
  • Commissioned by: The Movement of Islamic Unity
  • Historical period: Modern

Abou Samra AlQadeem Mosque
  • Location: Abou Samra District
  • Commissioned by: Saadoon family
  • Date of construction: 1356 H/1937 CE
  • Historical period: Modern
  • Characteristics: Renovated in year 2000 CE
  • Proprietor: Islamic Awqaf Directorate of Tripoli

Abrar Mosque
  • Location: AlZaytoun District
  • Commissioned by: AlZakah and Benevolent Solidarity (Bayt AlZakat wa AlTakaful AlKhayri"
  • Date of construction: 1422 H/2003 CE
  • Historical period: Modern
  • Characteristics: Highly decorated. The building is a compound that includes a theatre for public events.

Afghani Mosque
  • Location: Ajam Street
  • Commissioned by: Mohammed AbdulBaki alAfghani
  • Date of construction: ~1310 H/1882 CE
  • Historical period: Ottoman
  • Characteristics: It used to be a small Madrassa, then enlarged in 1990 CE. A minaret and pulpit were installed in it before it became a mosque.
  • Proprietor: Islamic Awqaf Directorate of Tripoli

Amin Mosque
  • Location: Abou Samra District
  • Commissioned by: The Committee for Mosques Construction
  • Date of construction: 1390 H/1971 CE
  • Historical period: Modern
  • Characteristics: It can be accessed by going up few stairs.
  • Proprietor: Islamic Awqaf Directorate of Tripoli

Amirah Mosque
  • Location: Khannak District
  • Alternative name: Menqara Mosque
  • Commissioned by: Mrs. Amirah Menqara
  • Date of construction: 1385 H/1965 CE
  • Historical period: Modern
  • Characteristics: It can be accessed by going up few stairs.
  • Proprietor: Islamic Awqaf Directorate of Tripoli

Arghoun Shah Mosque
  • Location: Saff AlBalat District on the Ramel Gate Street
  • Surface area: 356 m2
  • Commissioned by: Prince Saifeddin Arghoun Shah AlIbrahimi
  • Date of construction: 796-800 H/1393-1397 CE
  • Historical period: Mameluke
  • Characteristics: First, Arghoun Shah Mosque was used as a small corner (zawiyah), then converted to a mosque. Its has a cylindrical minaret (unusual for a Mameluke minaret) and two gates. On top of the eastern gate is a historical inscription that includes a decree issued by Sultan Qaytbay in 880 H/1475 CE. The mosque also have a western gate.
  • Proprietor: Islamic Awqaf Directorate of Tripoli
The southeastern portal of the Arghon Shah Mosque.

Asmar Prayer House
  • Location: Haddadeen District
  • Commissioned by: Plgrm. Abdullah Asmar
  • Date of construction: 1395 H/1975 CE
  • Historical period: Modern

Bab AlRaml Prayer House
  • Location: Haddadeen District
  • Commissioned by: Unknown
  • Date of construction: Unknown
  • Historical period: Ottoman
  • Characteristics: The Bab elRaml mosque is small and little elevated from the road. It used to be open without a ceiling and walls. The ceiling was constructed in 1385 H/1965 CE.
  • Proprietor: Islamic Awqaf Directorate of Tripoli

Baddawi Mosque
  • Location: Baddawi District
  • Commissioned by: Prince Demerdash AlMohammadi AlNaseri
  • Date of construction: 790-796 H/1388-1394 CE
  • Historical period: Mameluke
  • Characteristics: The Baddawi Mosque was, originally, a small zawiyah (praying corner). A mosque and a minaret were added to it in the 1950s CE. The historical Mameluke wall of the old mosque is still standing.
  • Proprietor: Islamic Awqaf Directorate of Tripoli

Basheer Mosque
  • Location: Qobbah District
  • Commissioned by: Mr. Basheer Nashabeh
  • Historical period: Modern
  • Characteristics: The Basheer mosque is a small mosque built on top of some shops, it has a short minaret, and is accessed by going up few stairs.

Bayan Mosque
  • Location: Abou Samra District
  • Commissioned by: Mr. Ahmed AlShaarani
  • Historical period: Modern

Bilal Ben Rabah Mosque
  • Location: ElMina
  • Commissioned by: The Committee of Bilal ben Rabah Mosque
  • Date of construction: 1422 H/2001 CE
  • Historical period: Modern

Borj Ras AlNahr Mosque
  • Location: The location where the Tripoli (Abou Ali) River pours in the sea
  • Commissioned by: Sobh family
  • Date of construction: 1400 H/1980 CE
  • Historical period: Modern
  • Characteristics: Built on the traces of the tower of Sultan Qaytbay (882 H/1477 CE). The tower used to include a small mosque for the fighters.

Dar AlTarbiyah wal Taalim Mosque
  • Location: Ramel Gate District
  • Commissioned by: The Association for Rescuing the Needy
  • Historical period: Modern

Dhahr AlMoghr Mosque
  • Location: Dhahr AlMoghr District
  • Date of construction: 1367 H/1947 CE
  • Historical period: Modern
  • Proprietor: Islamic Awqaf Directorate of Tripoli

Fadlullah Mosque
  • Location: Zainy cemetery District
  • Commissioned by: The Committee for Mosques Construction
  • Date of construction: 1399 H/1979 CE
  • Historical period: Modern
  • Characteristics: Fadlullah Mosque is built on top of the tomb of Martyr Sh. Fadlullah alMaghribi - Mameluke period.
  • Proprietor: Islamic Awqaf Directorate of Tripoli

Ghazi Mosque
  • Location: ElMina (AlIslam Bazaar)
  • Commissioned by: Plgrm. Abdullah Ghazi
  • Date of construction: 1290 H/1862 CE
  • Historical period: Ottoman
  • Characteristics: The Ghazi Mosque is a small simple mosque with a short minaret standing on top of the northern gate.
  • Proprietor: Private property

Ghoraba Mosque
  • Location: Ghoraba District - Ghoraba Cemetery
  • Commissioned by: Dr. Mustafa Nashabah
  • Historical period: Modern

Hamidi (AlBalad) Mosque
  • Location: Zahriyah - AlNasarah - District
  • Commissioned by: Unknown
  • Date of construction: Unknown
  • Historical period: Ottoman
  • Characteristics: Historically known as alTuffahi Mosque, it was renovated during the reign of Sultan AbdulHameed and renamed accordingly - 1310 Hejirah/ 1882 CE. It was enlarged recently.
  • Proprietor: Islamic Awqaf Directorate of Tripoli

Hamidi ElMina Mosque
  • Location: ElMina (AlIslam Bazaar)
  • Commissioned by: Sultan AbdulHameed
  • Date of construction: 1302 H/1874 CE
  • Historical period: Ottoman
  • Characteristics: The Hamidi mosque can be accessed by going up few stairs. It is rectangular in shape and includes a large wooden pulpit and a wooden attic.
  • Proprietor: Islamic Awqaf Directorate of Tripoli

Hamzah Mosque
  • Location: Qobbah District
  • Commissioned by: Generous citizens
  • Date of construction: 1409 H/1988 CE
  • Historical period: Modern
  • Proprietor: Islamic Awqaf Directorate of Tripoli

Harah AlJadeedah Mosque
  • Location: AlHarah AlJadeedah District (ElMina)
  • Commissioned by: Plgrm. Ahmed ben Ahmed Hasan AlMeer AlAyyoubi
  • Date of construction: 1350 H/1931 CE
  • Historical period: Modern
  • Proprietor: Islamic Awqaf Directorate of Tripoli

Haram Mosque
  • Location: Abou Samra District
  • Alternative name: AlWaleed Mosque
  • Commissioned by: A member of the Hamed family
  • Date of construction: 1400 H/1980 CE
  • Historical period: Modern
  • Characteristics: A small mosque.
  • Proprietor: Private property

Harba Mosque
  • Location: Tabbanah District
  • Commissioned by: Plgrm. Mohammed Harba
  • Date of construction: 1394 H/1974 CE
  • Historical period: Modern
  • Characteristics: It can be accessed by going up few stairs.
  • Proprietor: Private committee

Hizam Mosque
  • Location: Nouri District
  • Commissioned by: Unknown
  • Date of construction: Before 1118 H/1706 CE
  • Historical period: Ottoman
  • Characteristics: Originally, it was a Zawiyah for Sheikh Ali alHizam and it was announced as inalienable property (Awqaf) by Mr. Omar ben Ibrahim Fostoqi. In recent times, the Hizam mosque was transformed to a storehouse and the dome remains untouched.
  • Proprietor: Islamic Awqaf Directorate of Tripoli

Imam Ali Ibn Abou Taleb Mosque
  • Location: ElMina
  • Commissioned by: Mr. Mohammed Juma'a alZayla'a
  • Date of construction: 1402 H/1981 CE
  • Historical period: Modern
  • Proprietor: Islamic Awqaf Directorate of Tripoli

Iman Mosque
  • Location: Abou Samra District
  • Commissioned by: Association of Islamic Raising
  • Date of construction: 1401 H/1980 CE
  • Historical period: Modern
  • Characteristics: The Iman Mosque is a large mosque built within the complex of Iman school.
  • Proprietor: Association of Islamic Raising

Issa Ibn Maryam (Jesus Son of Mary) Mosque
  • Location: ElMina, Hosh AlAbeed District
  • Commissioned by: The Committee for Mosques Construction
  • Date of construction: 1405-1413 H/1984-1992 CE
  • Historical period: Modern

Islamic World League Prayer House
  • Location: Abou Samra District
  • Commissioned by: Mr. Fawwaz Hussein Agha
  • Historical period: Modern

Kabir Aali Mosque
  • Location: ElMina, AlIslam Bazaar
  • Commissioned by: Unknown
  • Date of construction: Unknown
  • Reconstruction commissioned by: Abou Bakr ben Mohammed Agha
  • Date of reconstruction: 1135 H/1722 CE
  • Historical period: Mameluke/Ottoman
  • Characteristics: The Kabir alAali Mosque was destroyed and reconstructed in the beginning of the 20th century (~1902 CE) by Mr. Ibrahim AbdulKader Alameddine. It was constructed on top of the Islam Bazaar and can be accessed by going up few stairs. The ablution space is few steps lower than the mosque.
  • Proprietor: Islamic Awqaf Directorate of Tripoli


Karimiyah Mosque
  • Location: Sayyagheen Bazaar
  • Commissioned by: Mrs. Katebah Karima, mother of Plgrm. Ahmed Jaweesh
  • Date of construction: Unknown
  • Historical period: Ottoman
  • Characteristics: The Karimiyah is a large and unused mosque.
  • Proprietor: Islamic Awqaf Directorate of Tripoli

Khadijah Bent Khouwayled Mosque
  • Location: Baddawi District
  • Commissioned by: Mr. Youssef Ben AbdelRazzaq AlHindi (Kuwait)
  • Date of construction: 1422 H/2002 CE
  • Historical period: Modern

Khaled ben AlWaleed Mosque
  • Location: Shalfah District
  • Commissioned by: Hassoun family
  • Date of construction: 1416 H/1995 CE
  • Historical period: Modern

Khaled ben AlWaleed Mosque
  • Location: Abou Samra District
  • Commissioned by: Mr. Nasr Harmoush
  • Historical period: Modern

Khanqah Mosque
  • Location: Uwaynat District
  • Surface area: 330 m2
  • Commissioned by: A lady known as al-Sitt al-Saliha?
  • Date of construction: 8th century H/14th century CE
  • Historical period: Mameluke
  • Characteristics: The Khanqah Mosque is a unique building in Lebanon that was constructed to house Muslim mystics or Sufis. It is designed with an open courtyard and pool. The courtyard is surrounded by small rooms and a raised platform, or iwan, behind a wide arch of alternating black and white stones. The arch is supported by granite columns and opens towards the central hall of the khankah, where small rooms exist with their raised platforms surrounding the courtyard. Around the central hall there are rooms inhabited nowadays by Muslim widows. The khankah can be accessed by going down few stairs after entering a muqarnased portal and a zig-zaged doorway. The Khanqah mosque includes a tomb.
  • Proprietor: Islamic Awqaf Directorate of Tripoli


Khayrat Mosque
  • Location: Abou Samra District
  • Alternative name: Islah Mosque
  • Commissioned by: Sh. Rasheed Miqati
  • Date of construction: 1419 H/1998 CE
  • Historical period: Modern
  • Characteristics: Built within the complex of Islah Islami
  • Proprietor: Islah Islami Association
Islah Mosque

Kholafah Mosque
  • Location: Qobbah District
  • Commissioned by: Sh. Said Shaaban
  • Date of construction: 1417 H/1995 CE
  • Historical period: Modern

Mahmoud Beik (The Sanjaq) Mosque
  • Location: Tabbaneh District
  • Surface area: 790 m2
  • Commissioned by: The Sanjaq Mahmoud Beik (Ottoman ruler)
  • Date of construction: 1027 H/1617 CE
  • Historical period: Ottoman
  • Characteristics: The Mahmoud Beik the Sanjak Mosque has two gates and two prayer houses. Its minaret was destroyed because of a thunder storm and was later reconstructed by Obeid alEsh (1295 H/1879 CE). That is why the style of the minaret resembles a lot those in Ottoman Istanbul.
  • Proprietor: Islamic Awqaf Directorate of Tripoli


Mu'assassah AlIjtima'iyyah (Charity) Mosque
  • Location: Mankoubeen (Baddawi) District
  • Commissioned by: Queen Jawharah, wife of King Fahd Ben AbdelAziz
  • Date of construction: 1414 H/1994 CE
  • Historical period: Modern

Mustafa Mosque
  • Location: Mahaterah - Dilbah - District
  • Commissioned by: Mr. Fakhri alKhalidi
  • Date of construction: 1406 H/1985 CE
  • Historical period: Modern
  • Characteristics: Has a short minaret.

Naji Prayer House
  • Location: Azmi Street
  • Commissioned by: Plgrm. Taha Naji
  • Historical period: Modern
  • Characteristics: Built within a shopping center.

Nashabah Mosque
  • Location: Tabbanah District
  • Commissioned by: Dr. Mustafa Nashabah
  • Date of construction: 1380 H/1960 CE
  • Historical period: Modern

Nasser Mosque
  • Location: Tabbanah Gate District
  • Commissioned by: Islamic Awqaf Directorate of Tripoli
  • Date of construction: 1382 H/1963 CE
  • Historical period: Modern
  • Characteristics: The Nasser Mosque is situated on top of shops and can be accessed by going up few stairs. Before the mosque was built, its land included a Muslim cemetery.
  • Proprietor: Islamic Awqaf Directorate of Tripoli

Nour (Tartousi) Mosque
  • Location: Bohsas District
  • Alternative name: Tartousi Mosque
  • Commissioned by: Plgrm. Saadullah Tartousi
  • Date of construction: 1413 H/1992 CE
  • Historical period: Modern
  • Characteristics: Built on top of some shops owned by the Islamic Awqaf Directorate of Tripoli. The main prayer hall is located at the second floor and is nicely decorated. The mosque has a special entrance for women.
  • Proprietor: Islamic Awqaf Directorate of Tripoli

Othman ben Affan Mosque
  • Location: Near the cemetery of ElMina
  • Commissioned by: Mr. Zaki alZaylah & Municipality of ElMina
  • Date of construction: 1388 H/1968 CE
  • Historical period: Modern
  • Proprietor: Islamic Awqaf Directorate of Tripoli

Qalaajiyah Prayer House
  • Location: Tebbanah District
  • Date of construction: 1384 H/1964 CE
  • Historical period: Modern

Qasimiyah AlAhmadiyeh Mosque & Madrassa
  • Location: Attareen Bazaar (Mahatrah District)
  • Surface area: 290 m2
  • Commissioned by: Sh. Ahmed Kassem Sheik AlMashayekh
  • Date of construction: 1300 H/1782 CE
  • Historical period: Ottoman
  • Characteristics: The Kasimiyah Mosque is a small monument elevated from the street. It used to include the tomb of Sh. Mohammed alShaker (now demolished). This prayer house was restored in the 1970s CE, a pulpit and a minaret were added to it. The monument is currently used as a mosque.
  • Proprietor: Islamic Awqaf Directorate of Tripoli

Qawouqjiyah Mosque
  • Location: Sayyagheen Bazaar
  • Commissioned by: Unknown
  • Date of construction: Unknown
  • Historical period: Ottoman
  • Characteristics: The Qawouqjiyah Mosque is built on top of shops. It is currently unused and needs revival.
  • Proprietor: Islamic Awqaf Directorate of Tripoli

Qobbet AlNasr Mosque
  • Location: Qobbet AlNasr District
  • Commissioned by: Islamic Awqaf Directorate of Tripoli
  • Date of construction: 1380 H/1960 CE
  • Historical period: Ottoman/Modern
  • Characteristics: The Qobbet alNasr mosque was constructed on top of a small zawiyah, the decorated stones of which were used in the facade. The mosque was destroyed during the Lebanese war in 1978 CE and reconstructed in 1994 CE.
  • Proprietor: Islamic Awqaf Directorate of Tripoli

Rahmah Mosque
  • Location: Qobbeh District
  • Commissioned by: Islamic Jama'a
  • Historical period: Modern

Rahman Prayer House
  • Location: Mar Maroun Street
  • Commissioned by: Plgrm. Hasan Dannawi
  • Date of construction: Ramadhan 1st, 1415-6 H/February 1st, 1995 CE
  • Historical period: Modern

Rashad Mosque
  • Location: Abou Samra District
  • Commissioned by: Association for Charitable Plans
  • Date of construction: 1407 H/1986 CE
  • Historical period: Modern

Rashidi Mosque
  • Location: Mankoubeen - Baddawi - District
  • Commissioned by: Islamic Awqaf Directorate of Tripoli
  • Date of construction: 1375 H/1955 CE
  • Historical period: Modern

Rashwani Mosque
  • Location: The Vegetables Bazaar
  • Commissioned by: Rashwani family
  • Date of construction: 1411 H/1990 CE
  • Historical period: Modern

Rawdah Mosque
  • Location: Mi'atayn Street
  • Commissioned by: The Islamic Welfare Society (Tripoli)
  • Date of construction: 1404 H/1983 CE
  • Historical period: Modern
  • Characteristics: It was built within the complex of the Islamic Welfare Society.
  • Proprietor: The Islamic Welfare Society (Tripoli)

Redhwan Mosque
  • Location: Near the Tripoli International Fair
  • Commissioned by: Mr. Ridwan alGhandour
  • Date of construction: 1410 H/1989 CE
  • Historical period: Modern
  • Characteristics: It is an elegant and impressive mosque.
  • Proprietor: Islamic Awqaf Directorate of Tripoli

Rifaiyah Mosque
  • Location: Saray Ateeqa District
  • Commissioned by: Islamic Awqaf Directorate of Tripoli
  • Date of construction: 1394 H/1974 CE
  • Historical period: Modern
  • Characteristics: The Rifa'iyah Mosque was built on top of the Rifa'iyah Madrassa, originally commissioned by Minister Gharseldin Khalil ben Shahin alThahiri 859-865 H/1454-1460 CE.
  • Proprietor: Islamic Awqaf Directorate of Tripoli

Salahuddin Mosque
  • Location: Baddawi District
  • Commissioned by: Islamic Awqaf Directorate of Tripoli
  • Date of construction: 1389 H/1969 CE
  • Historical period: Modern

Shaleh Mosque
  • Location: Haddadeen District
  • Alternative name: Khashab (wood) Mosque (Mameluke period)
  • Commissioned by: Unknown
  • Date of construction: Unknown
  • Date of restoration: Ottoman period
  • Historical period: Ottoman
  • Characteristics: Recently, a minaret was installed and a consolation hall was built in it.
  • Proprietor: Islamic Awqaf Directorate of Tripoli

Tahham Mosque
  • Location: Haddadeen District (Qahwet AlHettah)
  • Surface area: 390 m2
  • Commissioned by: Unknown
  • Date of construction: Unknown
  • Historical period: Probably Mameluke
  • Characteristics: The architectural style followed in building the Tahham Mosque hints to a Mameluke origin. The Tahham Mosqe is built on top of an array of shops and can be accessed by going up few stairs. It has a short, but splendidly decorated, minaret. It rises over a pointed arch portal on the north side with four pyramidal buttresses supporting its base, and four arched windows, each with a carved stone balcony screen. Supporting the buttresses are chain design engaged pillars with stalactite capitals. The upper gallery is an overhanging one decorated with a stalactite cornice and palm-leaf motif frieze. The gallerys balustrade screens are undecorated as are the eight posts supporting its octagonal red-tiled "Chinese pagoda" roof. Called the "Princes Minaret", it is one of Lebanons national treasures. In the hall of the Tahham Mosque there are four granite pillars with four Corinthian crowns.
  • Proprietor: Islamic Awqaf Directorate of Tripoli


Tareq Mosque
  • Location: Mina Street (Bayn AlMasaref)
  • Commissioned by: Mr. AbdelFattah alMasri
  • Date of construction: 1422 H/2003 CE
  • Historical period: Modern
  • Proprietor: Islamic Awqaf Directorate of Tripoli

Taqwah Mosque
  • Location: Malloulah District
  • Commissioned by: Islamic Awqaf Directorate of Tripoli
  • Date of construction: 1421 H/2000 CE
  • Historical period: Modern
  • Characteristics: It is elegant and impressive.
  • Proprietor: Islamic Awqaf Directorate of Tripoli

Tawjih Mosque
  • Location: Tawjih Street
  • Commissioned by: Association of Islamic Orientation
  • Date of construction: 1405 H/1984 CE
  • Historical period: Modern
  • Characteristics: It is built within the complex of the Association of Islamic Orientation. Can be accessed by going up few stairs. The attached cultural complex includes a compact theater with a large show room. Usually, the center is used for seminars and lectures, sometimes to organize large dinners and Iftars (breakfasts after a long day fasting) in the days of Ramadhan for needy people.
  • Proprietor: Association of Islamic Orientation

Tell Aali Mosque
  • Location: AlTell AlOlyiah Cafe
  • Commissioned by: Mustafa Lutfi Karameh
  • Date of construction: ~1300 H/1872 CE
  • Historical period: Ottoman
  • Characteristics: alTell alAali Mosque was, originally, an open space with a small wooden mihrab (sanctuary), it was converted to a mosque with wooden ceiling, summer prayer house, and a small minaret. The pulpit of the two Eid (feast) prayers was made in 1164 H/1751 CE. The mosque was reconstructed in the 1970s CE.
  • Proprietor: Islamic Awqaf Directorate of Tripoli

Wadii Mosque
  • Location: Qobbah District
  • Commissioned by: Mr. Wadii Kabbarah
  • Date of construction: 1418 H/1997 CE
  • Historical period: Modern

Za'atiti Prayer House
  • Location: Abou Samra District
  • Commissioned by: A member of the Zaatiti family
  • Historical period: Modern

Zahraa Mosque
  • Location: Abou Samra District
  • Commissioned by: Mr. Ahmed AlMimari
  • Date of construction: 1407 H/1987 CE
  • Historical period: Modern

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