The Sultan Qaitbai Mosque was established in 1474 by King Ashraf Aboulansar Qaitbai, who ruled Egypt for 29 years. His reign flourished in the Islamic architectureThis mosque is a great example of the Mamluk mosques which was established in the late fifteenth century AD where the accuracy of the industry and the beauty of the design and the splendor of decoration and engraving and the beauty of the design of the mosque was painted on Egyptian currency The mosque is adorned with a collection of floral motifs of arabesque painted in blue and gold The front of the tribal Iwan has a horseshoe-shaped knob with two girder-shaped knees with golden and gilded motifs The floor of the mosque's hall is covered with fine marble