The al-Rumi Mosque is located in the Saffahiya district. It was formerly known as the Mankali Bagha Mosque after the Mamluk prince who funded its construction. It has a round minaret rarely seen in Aleppo mosques. Its mihrab resembles that at the al-Firdaws Madrasa.
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Meinecke, Michael. 1992. Die Mamlukische Architektur in Ägypten und Syrien (648/1250 bis 923/1517). Glückstadt: Verlag J. J. Augustin, I/68, II/236.
Rihawi, Abdul Qader. 1979. Arabic Islamic Architecture in Syria. Damascus: Ministry of Culture and National Heritage, 181.