The Sabil of Mustafa Sinan lies in Suq El-Selah Street close to the Madrasa of Ilgay . It was founded by Mustafa Sinan in 1630 and these buildings were usually constructed to provide the thirsty passersby with cold water and the poor ignorant people with religious education. The Sabil is the only remaining part of the whole complex that was once including a Kuttab. of special interest in this Sabil now are the handsome tiles over its sides. Although the Sabil in a quite ruinous state, it is worth visiting for its unique style of decoration that mixes between the Ottoman and Mamluk style and its marvellous geometric patterns and arabesque works over its windows.