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One of the oldest mosques in Iran

Historically very interesting. It was originally built as a Sunni mosque and has no dome and... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
MikelMarshall
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This is one of the most amazing mosques refer to the first century with only one minaret without 4... read more

Reviewed 30 May 2018
Farah H
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The initial construction of Jame Mosque dates back to the 8th Century CE, but the whole of the complex has been constructed incrementally. One of the oldest mosques in Iran, its magnificent stucco over the niche, the marvellous brickwork around the...more
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| à l'extrémité nord-est de la rue Naeini, Nain, Iran
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Historically very interesting. It was originally built as a Sunni mosque and has no dome and (originally) no minarets. The main courtyard of the mosque features several half-meter squares of alabaster the purpose of which is only clear when one descends into the cool subterranean...More

Thank MikelMarshall
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

I go alt of time because my familier they are from naein i tell about underground is so cold and nice but i recommend read the history i take some tour for tourist that they want to go from esfahan to yazd at noon in...More

Thank edehghan1130
Reviewed 25 June 2018

This 1st century mosque was incredible from the point of view that it was constructed from brick and plaster. Many of the surrounding buildings were made from mud bricks and straw, which is also classic for the region. The mosque had one minaret, which some...More

Thank R0hanL
Reviewed 30 May 2018 via mobile

This is one of the most amazing mosques refer to the first century with only one minaret without 4 eivans with spectacular carved plaster and and unique Ilkhanid entrance gate Don’t forget to visit it’s under ground and notice how they maintain the natural light...More

Thank Farah H
Reviewed 15 May 2018 via mobile

We stopped there on our way back to Tehran from Yazd. This mosque is amazing! Beautiful from outside and inside. Mr.Mohammad Aghaei was our local guide there, he is full of knowledge. He knows a lot of poems by heart and impressed us. There is...More

1  Thank Mahta L
Reviewed 7 January 2018

The mosque started life in 960 AD. No colorful tiles, just plaster and intricate brick laying adorn this rather modest structure. It looks great in all its simplicity. In summer they pray in the lower part of the mosque. It's nice to see such an...More

6  Thank Berichthier214
Reviewed 28 November 2017

Simple, peaceful and beautiful.Unlike many mosque's we visited this was unadorned, without mosaics, and all the decorative features were in carved plaster and hand made bricks..Truly worth a visit.

Thank archieblue
Reviewed 4 November 2017

As stated this is a very old Mosque and while it is showing its age it is a credit to the Iranians that it is still here. Some unique items including the underground section and the well. Worth a tour to cool off downstairs.

1  Thank TC0241
Reviewed 21 October 2017 via mobile

This mosque is one of the oldest mosque in Iran. It has more than 1000 years old. the minaret is so beautiful.It has also under ground level and it is also nice.If you have time ,when you travel between Yazd and Esfahan you can see...More

1  Thank Ahmad T
Reviewed 5 June 2017

This mosque is about half way between Yadz and Esfahan in the town of Na’in just off the main highway. Perhaps one reason it is visited is that tourist buses stop at Na’in for lunch. However, it is a treasure and worth a quick visit....More

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