Cairo , Egypt

Sayeda Aisha Mosque

It is located on Sayeda Aisha Street in Cairo

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The Sayeda Aisha Mosque is a mosque on Sayeda Aisha Street in Cairo.
He was named by this name in reference to Aisha bint Jaafar Al-Sadiq bin Muhammad Al-Baqer bin Ali Zain Al-Abidin bin Al-Hussain bin Ali bin Ali bin Abi Talib

Until the sixth century AH, the tomb of Sayyida Aisha remained a simple shrine consisting of a square room topped by a dome resting on two stations - two rows - of muqarnas. In the Ayyubid period, a school was built next to the dome, because when Salah al-Din al-Ayyubi surrounded the four Islamic capitals of Egypt (Al-Fustat, Al-Askar, Al-Qatai’ and Cairo). ) with one wall in order to fortify the country from the attacks of the Crusaders, so this wall separated the dome of Aisha from the rest of the Qarafa, so Salah al-Din decided to set up a school next to the dome, and he also opened in the wall a door he called the door of Sayyida Aisha, known as the Qarafa door.


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