Haydar-Khana Mosque

The Haydar-Khana Mosque is a historic mosque in , . Situated in Al Rasheed Street, the mosque was originally built by and attributed to Haydar Pasha Jalabi bin Muhammad Jalabi Shah Bandar, who is buried in the same place along with some members of his family.

Notable Places in the Area

The is a monument in central built by Italian architect, Marcello D'Olivo, based on a concept by Iraqi sculptor, Khaled al-Rahal, and constructed between 1979 and 1982. is situated 4 km south of Haydar-Khana Mosque. Photo: Jeffrey Allan Backowski II, CC BY-SA 4.0.

is a in Baghdad, which was opened by four Iraqi doctors – Modafar Al Shather, Kadim Shubar, Kasim Abdul Majeed and Clement Serkis – in 1964. is situated 4 km southeast of Haydar-Khana Mosque. Photo: Wikimedia, Public domain.

Government office
The is the government agency responsible for Iraqi petroleum. is situated 4 km east of Haydar-Khana Mosque.

Localities in the Area

, formerly known as Al-Thawra and Saddam City, is a suburb district of the city of , . is situated 8 km northeast of Haydar-Khana Mosque. Photo: Notwist, Public domain.

or Rasafa a district in of , , on the eastern side of the river Tigris. is situated 9 km east of Haydar-Khana Mosque.

or Baghdad Al-Jidida is one of nine administrative districts in , . is situated 9 km southeast of Haydar-Khana Mosque.

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