Al-Jabri Mosque

Al-Jabri Mosque is one of the old mosques in Al-Kut district, and it is located on the northern side. The architecture of the Al-Jabri Mosque is distinguished by its old character, which is roofed with several domes, and in the middle of it is a spacious courtyard surrounded by arcades on its four sides. It has been renovated several times. In the year 1293 AH, it was renovated with white plaster, and in the year 1351 AH, a new porch was built in it from the eastern side, then another porch was added to it in the year 1391 AH, and these porches were covered with wood. This mosque was founded by Saif bin Hussein Al-Jabri in the first quarter of the ninth century AH.