Al-Kabir Mosque in Sulaymaniyah, Salem Street

The Great Mosque of Sulaymaniyah and Salem Street, Tourism in Iraqi Kurdistan

The Great Mosque (Kaka Ahmad Al-Sheikh Mosque) is located in the center of the city of Sulaymaniyah. It dates back to the founding of the city of Sulaymaniyah. The mosque was built by order of Ibrahim Pasha Baban in 1784. It contains an ancient minaret built by order of Sultan Abdul Hamid Khan in 1880 AD, according to Old architecture.

The Great Mosque Market and Salem Street are the beating heart of the charming city of Sulaymaniyah, as the market bustles with movement throughout the day, making it an amazing destination worth discovering.

Many locals and visitors to the city of Sulaymaniyah flock to Salem Street, where the Great Mosque Market and Salem Street at night turn into an ideal place for outdoor dining with a large number of stalls and restaurants that offer delicious popular foods such as grilled kebabs, shawarma, fried cow liver, kibbeh and falafel And (Al-Makhlamah), which consists of minced meat and vegetables, in addition to the types of appetizers, and do not forget to drink coffee or distinctive Iraqi tea.

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