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Violations could result in a fine of up to 410 euros.
Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere has proposed a partial burka ban.
The ban is understood to be a temporary one, and Mosul joins a long list of countries, cities and organisations who prohibit the piece of religious clothing.
A displaced Iraqi man who fled his home holds his baby during a fight between Iraqi forces and Islamic State militants in al-Zanjili neighbourhood, north of Old City district of Mosul, Iraq on May 30.
The ban has been imposed due to reports felons have been using the garment to help carry out their crimes.
France became the first European country to prohibit the full-veil in public spaces with a law 'banning the hiding of the face in public spaces', with a law that took effect in April 2011.
It prohibits 'appearing in places accessible to the public with a face masked or hidden, in whole or in part, in such a way as to be unidentifiable'.
Exceptions exist, in particular where the workplace requires the face to be hidden, or for the carnival season.
In the southern Tessin region however, the burka has been forbidden since July 1 and violators face a minimum fine of 100 Swiss francs.
A region in the Italian Riviera is to ban women from wearing the Islamic niqab in hospitals and public offices.
Officials in the northern region of Liguria announced plans to enforce the ban in what is described as an attempt to defend women's freedom.
The Ukip leader said the controversial policy which would ban garments traditionally worn by Muslim women would apply to items of clothing such as balaclavas.
Ukip's manifesto explicitly said the party 'will ban wearing of the niqab and the burqa in public places'.
Speaking while campaigning in Boston, Lincolnshire, Mr Nuttall said the policy would apply to 'face-coverings in general'.