Landmark Location:
 On the east side.

Landmark Location relative to Dome of the rock:

 At the north end of the Rock’s nave.

Landmark History:

In the Mamluk era at 726 AH - 1325 AD and there is inscription on the western Barges that refers to the arches renewed at the time of the Ottoman Sultan Sultan al-Qanooni.

Builder Name:

 Prince Idmar Shuja’e during the reign of the Mamluk Sultan Muhammad ibn Qalawun.

Details of the shape:

–Two large bulks and two cylindrical columns in the center, with height of 7 meters.
-The stone stairway includes eleven Stairs. The arches are located off the road leading to Bab Hetta. It is composed of three entrances and located on the face inscriptions, and one of them indicates that they were built during the reign of Sultan Muhammad ibn Qalawun. The cobble of the mosque was renewed. The arches are beautiful, decorated with pillow decorations and its balcony, which hangs from Roofed shapes.

An Overview of the Landmark:
They are two great arches from the sides and two cylindrical columns in the center, with meters height, the arches are located on the eastern side of Al-Aqsa Mosque and specifically the northern end of the Dome of the Rock. Their floor was renewed in the Mamluk era during the reign of the Mamluk Sultan Muhammad ibn Qalawun, by Prince Idmar Shuja’i in the year 726 AH – 1325 AD.
Its stone staircase consists of two layers, featuring eleven Stairs. The arches are located off the road leading to Bab Hetta, and consist of three entrances and a qibli face. These arches are of the most beautiful arches in the nave, since they are engraved with exquisite roofed shapes resembling bee houses or honeycomb tablets.