Jameh Mosque

  • Dar ul-Ihsan Mosque; Tourist attraction in western Iran

    Dar ul-Ihsan Mosque; Tourist attraction in western Iran

    Dar ul-Ihsan Mosque or Jameh Mosque of Sananda dates back to the Qajar dynasty. Dar ul-Ihsan Mosque is one of the most valuable mosques in Kordestan province - western Iran- in terms of architecture and decorations. The beautiful inscriptions of the mosque on marble and the carvings of flowers and plants in their margins are among the unique carvings of this historical monument. Sanandaj, Kordestan Province. June 29, 2020. IRNA/ Mosleh Pirkhezranian.

  • Jameh Mosque of Darab Southern Iran

    Jameh Mosque of Darab Southern Iran

    The Jameh Mosque of Darab is related to the Seljuq dynasty and is located in Darab city. It is the only mosque in the world with four minarets. Shiraz, Fars Province. Iran. June 19, 2020. IRNA/ Shiva Sadat Attaran.

  • Jameh Atigh Mosque; Tourist attraction in Shiraz

    Jameh Atigh Mosque; Tourist attraction in Shiraz

    Jameh Atigh Mosque or Jumu'ah Mosque or Adineh Mosque is one of the most ancient mosques in Shiraz, which is located in the east of Shahcheragh Shrine. This mosque built on order of Amrolith Saffari. The mosque, which is the first historical core of Shiraz, consists of a tall building that has several rooms and naves, and some parts of it have two floors.Shiraz, Iran, June 6, 2020. IRNA/ Reza Ghaderi.

  • Agha Baba Khan historical Mosque in Iran's Shiraz

    Agha Baba Khan historical Mosque in Iran's Shiraz

    Agha Baba Khan historical Mosque in Shiraz in Southern Iran is near the Vakil Bazaar and Jame Mosque. This Historical monument belongs to Karim Khan Zand period. The construction of building was begun by haji Mohammad Hossein Khan and finally, in 1862, the construction was completed by Aqa Baba Khan Hossein, Shiraz, Iran, May 2, 2020. IRNA/Shiva Attaran.

  • Jameh Mosque of Saveh in Southwest Tehran

    Jameh Mosque of Saveh in Southwest Tehran

    Jameh Mosque of Saveh in central Iranhas continuously been a busy place for worship, yet has underwent restoration projects since the time it was completed in 12th century onwards. Some say the mudbrick mosque is a museum of Islamic architecture because it bears elements from different ages.The exterior facade and minaret are eye-catching and many parts of the interior are embellished with detailed stuccowork. Markazi Province, Southwest Tehran Iran, March 7, 2020. IRNA/Amin Rahmani.