Shrine of Imam Yahya ibn al-Qasim مشهد الامام يحيى بن القاسم

Variant Names: Mashhad Imam Yahya ibn al Qasim (Transliterated), Mashhad of Imam Yahya ibn al-Qasim (Translated), Imam Yahya ibn al-Qasim Mashhad (Translated) Imam Yahya ibn al Qasim Mausoleum (Translated), Qubbat Imam Yahya ibn al Qasim (Transliterated)
W. Bank-north, adj to Madrasa al-Badriyya, originally adjacent to Madrasa al-Badriyya 
36.354652, 43.122971
Date of Construction:
Current Status: Destroyed 
Date of Destruction:
July 24 2014
Religious affiliation: Muslim
Sources: Monuments of Mosul, archnet

The shrine of al-Imam Yahya ibn al-Qasim was built in 637/1239-40 during the reign of Badr al-Din Lu’lu’ and destroyed in 2014.  Once adjacent to the madrasa al-Badriyya it was one of many Imam shrines supported by Badr al-Din Lu’lu’ in the city.  Famous for its brick and tile work and muqarnas dome, the building was located in the north part of the walled city and near other shrines and churches.  The building was destroyed in 2014.

Monuments of Mosul in Danger produced a 3d model that can be viewed below  :3D reconstruction of the Shrine of Yahya ibn al-Qasim (copyright – Oriental Institute, Czech Academy of Sciences in Prague)