Jam’e Mosque of Paveh

Vahid Pourtajrishi  6/27/2014

The said structure is related to the 13th century A.H. and lacks a courtyard. This mosque has a rectangular-shaped nocturnal area and its wooden levelled covering rests on 15 wooden columns. Its adytum was in the southern side of the mosque. The building material of the mosque is of slate, clay and mortar. Besides the Jame' Mosque, there is another mosque that is used in winters. It has a very old wooden door with an inscription in the Cuneiform script.


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