Located in the eastern section of Baghdad close to the Tigris River and the Mustansiriya Madrasa, the Ottoman mosque, Jami al-Khaffafin, is connected to the al-Khaffafin Minaret, the the oldest standing minaret in the city. The Jami al-Khaffafin is named after the neighboring "shoemaker" souk.
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