Abu Ali Mosque located in Gomruk district, at Mansheya in Alexandria is one of the oldest and most popular worshipping places in the city. It was built in 1279 AD (678 AH). The mosque overlooks 3 main streets: Ali Bey Genina St., Qabw el-Mallah St., and the mosque's alley.There are three main figures related to the construction of the mosque: Abu Ali, Mustafa Bey, and Abdellatif Ibn Rashied Mohammed El Tekreeti.The mosque's Minaret is a recent one. It consists of one squared room with a low ceiling and four domes supported by one pillar.The southeast side of the mosque has a doorway leading into an ablution. The southwest side has an entrance leading to the Minaret.