Madrassa al-Qadiriya

Near the Ezzeddin hammam, on one of Tripoli’s narrowest streets, stands the Al-Qadiriyah Madrassa, built in 1471. It is the second largest madrassa of Mamluk Tripoli after Al-Qartawiyah. It has two gates; eastern and western—the eastern gate has beautiful inscriptions. To its right stands a mausoleum engraved and dated 1367.

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