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Sardar Mosque: A Qajar Era Structure in Oroumiyeh - Tourism news

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Sardar Mosque: A Qajar Era Structure in Oroumiyeh - Tourism news

He installed a big clock on its entrance gate. That’s why it has been well known as Sa’atlu Mosgue because In Persian language sa’at means clock. mosque includes two separate parts and the main and important part is its grand hall.

The dome of the mosque is installed on twelve octagon stone columns. Upper parts of the columns are designed with excellent handy carvings. The small hall is located exactly at the end of the main hall which those are linked together by gate.

Sardar Mosque: A Qajar Era Structure in Oroumiyeh - Tourism newsSardar Mosque: A Qajar Era Structure in Oroumiyeh - Tourism newsSardar Mosque: A Qajar Era Structure in Oroumiyeh - Tourism news

All of the used materials in this building are just the bricks and mortar plaster. The other designs and beauty of this mosque, the rainbow tiles which are designed with blue, pink, green, white and brown color and Ayat-Al-Korsi is written inside one of the margins around the Mehrab.

Source: Masjed.

 

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