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This paper aimed to study the mosque of Bahram Pasha in Aleppo, Syria. This mosque known as al-Bahramyyia mosque is considered to be one of the most important mosques in Aleppo that constructed in Ottoman era. It was built in the end of (10th A.H/ 16th A.D century) by Bahram Pasha the governor of Alep-po, he built it on Ottoman style and endowed a great Waqf to it. Here we studied the general plan of the mosque, and tie between its architectural style and the parallel mosques in Aleppo and restdoi:10.5281/zenodo.192838 fatcat:v6gxpb35fjbnhai7mzz37cvhlm