Sīdī Mubārak

Tomb , Sohag

Egypt

Sīdī Mubārak

Painted medallions On the walls of the first courtyard in the Red Monastery, established by the 5th century AD.
Painted medallions Credit: orientalizing

The tomb of Sidi Mubarak is located in the city of Sohag, Egypt. It is a historical and religious site that holds significant cultural value for the local community. The tomb is dedicated to Sidi Mubarak, a revered Islamic saint who is believed to have lived during the 13th century.

The tomb is a mausoleum structure that features a simple yet elegant architectural design. It is constructed using local limestone and has a rectangular shape. The exterior of the tomb is adorned with intricate carvings and decorative patterns, showcasing the artistic skills of the craftsmen of that era.

Inside the tomb, there is a central chamber that houses the sarcophagus of Sidi Mubarak. The chamber is dimly lit and exudes a peaceful and serene atmosphere. The walls are adorned with beautiful calligraphy and religious inscriptions, depicting verses from the Quran and other Islamic symbols.

The tomb serves as a pilgrimage site for devout Muslims, who come here to pay their respects and seek blessings from Sidi Mubarak. The site is particularly popular during religious festivals and anniversaries associated with the saint. Visitors often engage in prayer and meditation, seeking spiritual solace and guidance.

The tomb of Sidi Mubarak is not only a religious site but also an important historical landmark that reflects the rich cultural heritage of Sohag. It stands as a testament to the deep-rooted religious traditions and beliefs of the local community and attracts tourists and scholars interested in Islamic history and architecture.

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Sīdī Mubārak Images

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Painted medallions On the walls of the first courtyard in the Red Monastery, established by the 5th century AD.
Painted medallions
On the walls of the first courtyard in the Red Monastery, established by the 5th century AD.
Red Monastery portal The main entrance to the courtyard of the Red Monastery, established by the 5th century AD.
Red Monastery portal
The main entrance to the courtyard of the Red Monastery, established by the 5th century AD.
Monastery 3 Elaborate graffiti on the walls of the first courtyard in the Red Monastery, established by the 5th century AD.
Monastery 3
Elaborate graffiti on the walls of the first courtyard in the Red Monastery, established by the 5th century AD.
Red Monastery The entrance to the sturdily walled Copic monastery at Sohag, established by the 5th century.
Red Monastery
The entrance to the sturdily walled Copic monastery at Sohag, established by the 5th century.
26844: Red monastery graffiti The red monastery is a Coptic orthodox monastery probably originally founded in the 4th century CE/AD. Here some mysterious grid is drawn in graffiti in the walls of the interior courtyard of the monastery.
26844: Red monastery graffiti
The red monastery is a Coptic orthodox monastery probably originally founded in the 4th century CE/AD. Here some mysterious grid is drawn in graffiti in the walls of the interior courtyard of the monastery.
26845: Red monastery goats The red monastery is a Coptic orthodox monastery probably originally founded in the 4th century CE/AD. These goats adorn the walls of the outer courtyard of the monastery.
26845: Red monastery goats
The red monastery is a Coptic orthodox monastery probably originally founded in the 4th century CE/AD. These goats adorn the walls of the outer courtyard of the monastery.
26846: scragulous birds of the red monastery The red monastery is a Coptic orthodox monastery probably originally founded in the 4th century CE/AD. These fun birds on a cross adorn the walls of the outer courtyard of the monastery.
26846: scragulous birds of the red monastery
The red monastery is a Coptic orthodox monastery probably originally founded in the 4th century CE/AD. These fun birds on a cross adorn the walls of the outer courtyard of the monastery.
26847: Columnar peristyle in the Red Monastery The red monastery is a Coptic orthodox monastery probably originally founded in the 4th century CE/AD. Unfortunately the interior of the church was closed on the day we visited, but we checked out the courtyard at least!
26847: Columnar peristyle in the Red Monastery
The red monastery is a Coptic orthodox monastery probably originally founded in the 4th century CE/AD. Unfortunately the interior of the church was closed on the day we visited, but we checked out the courtyard at least!
26833: The red monastery A Coptic orthodox monastery probably originally founded in the 4th century CE/AD.
26833: The red monastery
A Coptic orthodox monastery probably originally founded in the 4th century CE/AD.
Egypts White Monastery - Dayr Anbā Shinūdah Cave of Saint Shenute. Monastery grounds
Egypts White Monastery - Dayr Anbā Shinūdah
Cave of Saint Shenute. Monastery grounds
Egypt’s White Monastery – Dayr Anbā Shinūdah Cave of Saint Shenute. Monastery grounds
Egypt’s White Monastery – Dayr Anbā Shinūdah
Cave of Saint Shenute. Monastery grounds
Egypts White Monastery  - Dayr Anbā Shinūdah Cave of Saint Shenute. Monastery grounds
Egypts White Monastery - Dayr Anbā Shinūdah
Cave of Saint Shenute. Monastery grounds
Egypt's White Monastery  - Dayr Anbā Shinūdah Cave of Saint Shenute. Monastery grounds
Egypt's White Monastery - Dayr Anbā Shinūdah
Cave of Saint Shenute. Monastery grounds
Egypt's White Monastery  - Dayr Anbā Shinūdah Cave of Saint Shenute. Monastery grounds
Egypt's White Monastery - Dayr Anbā Shinūdah
Cave of Saint Shenute. Monastery grounds
Egypt’s White Monastery – Dayr Anbā Shinūdah Cave of Saint Shenute. Monastery grounds
Egypt’s White Monastery – Dayr Anbā Shinūdah
Cave of Saint Shenute. Monastery grounds
Egypt's White Monastery  - Dayr Anbā Shinūdah Cave of Saint Shenute. Monastery grounds
Egypt's White Monastery - Dayr Anbā Shinūdah
Cave of Saint Shenute. Monastery grounds
Egypt’s White Monastery – Dayr Anbā Shinūdah Cave of Saint Shenute. Monastery grounds
Egypt’s White Monastery – Dayr Anbā Shinūdah
Cave of Saint Shenute. Monastery grounds
Egypt's White Monastery  - Dayr Anbā Shinūdah Cave of Saint Shenute. Monastery grounds
Egypt's White Monastery - Dayr Anbā Shinūdah
Cave of Saint Shenute. Monastery grounds
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Sīdī Mubārak is a tomb in Sohag, Egypt. It has an elevation of 74 meters above sea level. It is also known as Sidi Mubarak, Sidi Mubarik, Sîdi Mubârik, Sīdī Mubārak. Information correct as at Thursday 19th January 2012.

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