Al-Sahibiyya Madrasa, on Khan al-Wazir Street, was built by Ahmed ibn Yakub al-Sahib in 1364. The building is known for its main facade, ornamented with geometric Mamluk designs. It is currently al-Fistuq mosque, with the religious program dominating its usage.
Al-Homsi, Fayez. 1983. Old Aleppo. Damascus: Ministry of Culture and National Heritage Publishing, 48.