Masjid Hasan Basha

Local nameMasdjid Hassan Pacha
LocationOran, Algeria

The Hassan Pasha Mosque, also referred to as the Pasha Mosque or the Grand Mosque, is a mosque located in Oran, Algeria. It was built in 1796 by order of Baba Hassan, Pasha of Algiers, in memory of the expulsion of the Spanish. During the French Invasion of Algiers in 1830, French soldiers would occupy the mosque during their invasion of Algeria as their living-quarters. 5 years after the French Invasion, in 1835, the building was established as a mosque and renovated three decades later. In 1952, the mosque was listed as a historic monument. Since 2010, this historic monument has been closed to the public.

Tags MosquePlace of WorshipMuslimSunni
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Entrance to the Mosque… @ Neurdein freres

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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hassan_Pasha_Mosque

Address شارع بن عمارة بوتخيل, وهران, Algeria

Coordinates 35°42'18.111" N -0°39'0.556" E

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