- For other uses, see Bab.
Bab is the semitic word for gateway. Several babs have been built throughout the time, such as the Babs of Cairo and those of Marrakech.
- Bab-ı Âli Ottoman empire sublime port
- Bab-u Saade Hapeness gate.
- Bab El Fetouh
- Al-Bāb al-Jadīd (the New Gate), built in 1170 in the eastern wall; still remains
- Bāb al-Ghūrī (the Gate of the Attacker)
- Bāb al-Ḩusayniyyah (Ḩusayniyyah Gate, referring to a district)
- Bāb al-Khalq (the Gate of Creation)
- Bab El Khoga
- Bāb al-Nasr (the Gate of Victory)
- Bāb al-Qanţarah (the Gate of the Bridge)
- Bāb al-Qilà (the Gate of Alkali)
- Bāb al-Sharī‘ah (the Gate of Law)
- Bāb al-Silsilah (the Gate of the Chain)
- Bāb al-Sirr (the Gate of the Secret)
- Bāb al-Tawfīq (the Gate of Success)
- Bāb al-Wazīr (the Minister's Gate), opened in 1341 by the wazīr *(minister of state) Najm al-Dīn Muḩammad; still remains
- Bāb Khān al-Khalīlī (Khān al-Khalīlī Gate, referring to a *district)
- Bāb Sa‘ādah (Gate of Happiness)
- Bāb Darb al-Laban (Milk Road Gate)
- Bab Zuweila
- Bab el Khadra
- Bab Saadoun