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Molla Rostam Mosque of Maragheh

Vahid Pourtajrishi  6/29/2014

Two big entrance gates of this mosque are located in northern side of its courtyard and are designed with Mogharnas-work. The headline of the gate also is covered by net geometric forms and made of plaster material. The prayer hall contains thirty five columns in five rows which hold the woody roof of the mosque. The women’s prayer rooms are located in northern side of the mosque and include four cycle brick pillars and one of them opens into the big hall. The upper floor also contains a columned hall with six pillars. The entrance staircase which ends to this hall is from backyard. The history of this mosque backs to Safavid-Qajar era of Iran.




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