Info about Mosque of Taghri Bardi in Cairo
Ibn Taghri Bardi Mosque and Madrasa is a historic funerary complex of mosques and madrasa located in Cairo, Egypt, and built-in 1440, during the Mamluk Sultanate.
This monument is in honor of Emir Taghry Bardi, commissioner of the mosque and secretary of Sultan al-Zahir Jaqmaq. The mosque and madrasa of Taghar Bardi are located on the corner of Sulaibiya Street and are included in our Egypt tours.
Yusuf bin Taghra Barada bin Abdullah Jamal al-Din Abu al-Mahasin bin al-Amir Saif al-Din al-Zahiri, one of the most important historians in Islamic history included in our Egypt day tours, especially the group "The Bright Stars in the Kings of Egypt and Cairo" in 1360 AD. The history of the building of the mosque was built by Prince Ibn Taghri Barada bin Abdullah in the year 844 AH 1440 AD, during the days of Sultan Jammaq (841-858 AH = 1438-1453 AD) and made a school, and attached a path, a book and a dome to it. Ali Mubarak mentioned that the Tigri Barada Mosque is known to the general public as the "Moudi" mosque. All this historical information will be relevant during your Egypt travel packages.
Mosque of Taghri Bardi origin made him a school appointed as a sheik for it, Sheikh Al-Ala Al-Qalchandi, and when he died, he was buried in it. The Ibn Taghri Bardi School is located on Al-Saliba Street, close to the Ahmed Ibn Tulun Mosque, and to the left of those coming from the Ahmed Ibn Tulun Mosque, taking Al-Saliba Street to Salah El-Din Square in the Citadel in Cairo. You can use this opportunity and check our Cairo day tours to discover the most famous attractions in Cairo. You can also book our day tour in coptic and islamic Cairo,
History of Mosque of Taghri Bardi in Cairo
It was built by Prince Youssef Ibn Taghri Bardi, and it was stated in his translation in the book Al-Daw’ Al-Lama’ by Al-Hafiz Al-Sakhawi: “And my daughter has a tremendous soil close to the soil of the nobles Inal (Al-Saliba now in the Tulun neighborhood) and he endowed his books and compilations there.
He spent the year 874 AH and was buried the next day in his soil. Thus, it becomes clear that Ibn Taghri Bardi was buried in the tomb of his school in Al-Saliba, but he established another school in Darb Al-Maqasid in the Al-Sagha neighborhood to teach the Shafi’i and Hanafi schools of thought.
Like the style of religious architectural establishments in the era of the Circassian Mamluks, it is a school with iwans. The facility also includes a shrine dome located to the right of the interior from the main entrance door to the school.
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A mission is crowned by a Mada'inic necklace whose cap is adorned with pendants, and on either side is Mekalistan that will amaze you during Egypt Luxury tours. The rectangular opening of the door is surmounted by a lintel, followed by the marble interlocking cymbals, and between them is the precious arch.
To the right of the entrance is the mausoleum dome, whose outer surface is adorned with polygonal stone motifs, beginning with memes. Next to this dome is the Mamluk-style minaret, whose summit ends with a chorus carried on graceful marble columns. As for the left of the entrance from this entrance, there is the sabil, surmounted by a book, and they occupy the right side of this eastern facade.