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Visited the Kabood Mosque or the Blue Mosque Tabriz before we proceeded to Kandovan. It’s a small beautiful mosque. The mosque was constructed upon the order of Jahan Shah the ruler of Kara Koyunlu. Construction completed in 1465. The mosque was severely damaged in an...More
The mosque is located in the historical part of the city, beside which the Azerbaijani Museum is located. In the exterior only the main entrance is blue and the rest is an adobe building. In the interior, the parts have a little blue tiles. Inside...More
Beautiful mosque which was damaged during the earthquake. Though reconstruction efforts have been underway they remain incomplete. Beautiful Islamic calligraphy on the walls. It has a large dome. There is another Blue Mosque in Istanbul.
The Blue mosque is located in the heart of Tabriz. . It is known Goy Masjid and Firouze ( turquoise )Islam .This mosque was constructed in 1465 upon the order of Jahan Shah the ruler of Kara Koyunlu. It's unique for Mo'rragh tile and big...More
Breathtaking. The mosque is a 700 Y/O landmark I'd say. Although it had lost most of its glory throughout time and earthquakes, it still drags the sight of its visitors to the walls and especially to its ceiling. You can find a guide there and...More
Kabood (Blue) mosque is one of the symbolic buildings for Tabriz. It is one of the oldest mosques in the city and is known as the turquoise of the Muslim world. In the very old days, the exterior and interior of the mosque had been...More
Old great rebuilded mosque with a historical story! There is some guide boards there to show all story about the history of the mosque. The blue tiles of mosque has been still seen on the wall. Wonderful story behind!