This mosque was built by the Italian architect Marrio Rossi
It was built by the
Italian architect Mario Rossi. It was built in 1948 near al-Raml Square overlooking
Al-Khaldeen garden. The mosque is marked with its tall minaret; which
established itself as a landmark among the surrounding high-rise buildings. The
mosque followed the Mamluk style of architecture with its stalactite entrance, trefoil
crenellations and stalactites on the facades.
The mosque was named after Ibrahim Pasha; the eldest son of
Mohammad Ali Pasha and commander of his army who was sent on successful
missions to Sudan, Greece, Syria and Konya.