The Emir Qurqumas Complex is located in Medieval Cairo, Egypt, in the City of the Dead. It is one of the largest mausoleums in Cairo.
About 200 meters south of Qansuh's tomb stands a massive complex which is actually two mausoleums joined together. That on the north is sultan Inal's. Built in 1450–1456, it is in a ruinous state but is a good example of a Mamluk mausoleum, with a domed funeral chamber, a Madrasa, a Sabil, a monumental door, and a minaret. The complex also includes a Khanqah, or monastery for the Sufi Darvishes. Inal had been a slave of Sultan Barquq and could neither read nor write. He ruled from 1453 to 1460 and does not appear to have any distinction other than his lack of education. Adjoining Inal's Mausoleum is that of Qurqumas, built in 1507. It is in a much better condition and more elegant that Inal's, which is heavier in style.