The Façade of the Mosque of Sultan Gaqmaq lies in Sahria El-Saliba, Nearby Sayyeda Zeinab Square. The constructor of this gate was a prominent Emir in the Mamluk period and then becam the Sultan of Egypt in the period from 1438 to 835. It is the the only remaining part of the palace of Sultan Gaqmaq that date back to the 15th century. On the right side of this façade appears the remains of the Sabil-Kuttab of Yusuf Bey that date from 1643.