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Jame Mosque is a two-story structure that dates back to the 9th or 10th century and is considered one of the first mosques to have been built in Iran. The mosque has been built to resemble the Prophet's Mosque in Medina. The mosque has a large courtyard surrounded by Shabistans (inner sanctums).

The mosque has two types of inscriptions: stucco inscriptions and inscriptions painted over stucco. The painted inscriptions are in Kufic script and are located above the façade of the Jame Mosque.

The Jame Mosque has a pulpit, which appears to have been a later addition to the mosque based on its inscription in the Naskh calligraphy hand that bears the date 1311. The pulpit has monabbat decorations in the form of floral carvings. 

Jame Mosque

  • Address

    Naein, Isfahan Province