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Ardebil Grand Mosque-Jome mosque Of Ardebil- Masjed Jameh of Ardebeil

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Ardebil Grand Mosque-Jome mosque Of Ardebil- Masjed Jameh of Ardebeil

Postby Parvaneh » Mon May 26, 2014 9:53 am

Introduction: Ardebil Grand Mosque(Persian: مسجد جامع اردبیل ‎)

Ardebil Grand Mosque is a remainder from a big structure related to the Seljuk Era. It is located in a cemetery in Pir Shamseddin district.

There is a minaret located near the mosque, which bear two inscriptions.

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Location: Ardabil City, Ardabil Province

Walking path length: No need to walking

Days of trip: 2-3 Days from Tehran to Tehran (Without heavy traffic you need about 9 hr driving from Tehran to Ardabil-598 Km)
Attention: In holidays there is heavy traffic in all roads around Tehran.

Best time to visit: spring is the best time.Winter is very cool.

Daily time visit: No limit

Difficulty level: Easy

Requirements: Guide or GPS track

Legal permission need: No


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Overall risk: -

Animal risk: No

Lost risk: No

Rescue: Yes, you can call 115

GSM Mobile Antenna: Yes


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Hotel: Yes

Village: Located in Ardebil City

Shop: Yes

Gasoline: Yes


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How to get there:
1- Go to Baihaghi or east terminal of buses in Tehran (more info)
2- Take a bus to Ardabil (Also can use airplane)(Distance between Tehran to Ardabil is 598 Km)
3- Take a taxi to Ardebil Grand Mosque.


Nearest airport: Ardabil airport

Nearest train station: Ardabi station (Commissioning)


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Re: Ardebil Grand Mosque-Jome mosque Of Ardebil- Masjed Jameh of Ardebeil

Postby Parvaneh » Mon May 26, 2014 9:57 am

inscription in the Ardebil Grand Mosque

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Re: Ardebil Grand Mosque-Jome mosque Of Ardebil- Masjed Jameh of Ardebeil

Postby waleed123 » Sat Oct 11, 2014 8:54 am

That dates back to 1092-1112 is located in Golpayegan city centre. There is extremely beautiful Kuffic calligraphy brickwork from the Seljuk period. This mosque is from the reign of Mohammad Shah the Seljuk (1104-1117) and the date of its structure is 1114 according to André Godar. The 22-meter high brick dome has 12 meters diameter with geometrical brick decorated interior. The 12-sector dome exterior base is bejewelled with embossed brick diamond shape decorations. The whole structure stands on an octagonal base, which makes it different and interesting



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Jom'eh mosque of Ardebil-Masjed Jomeh-Jomeh mosque of Ardebil

Postby Parvaneh » Sun Apr 05, 2015 9:52 am

Jom'eh mosque is situated northeast of the city of Ardabil, and is the remains of a huge, sprawling, and unique mosque which had taken shape in a number of Islamic eras, especially from 10th to 13th Century AD, until the early days of Safavid era in Iran. Based on the latest archeological discoveries in this region, this mosque has probably been built over a building belonging to the Sassanid era.
The main building of the mosque was covered by four arches and domes. This building was made of bricks and included tile work. The mosque maintained a roofed area, which included its altar. Beneath the mosque's main hall, a regular network of corridors existed for commutation of people. The balcony, next to this building, was especially sacred for the locals. This balcony was linked to the altar from the south, and was connected to the underground corridors from the west and the east.

This mosque, in its western corner, maintains a brick-made minaret, similar to the minarets of the Saljuqid era. The remains of several pillars in the depth of nearly two meters are evident in the space between this minaret and the western section of the mosque's roofed area, showing the existence of an older mosque in this location. These remains have drawn the attention of archeologists. The mosque is one of the unique buildings of Islamic eras, which have been renovated in different periods, including the Ilkhanid, Saljuqid, Safavid, and Qajarid eras. It was enlisted among Iran's national historical monuments in the year 1936.
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