Shat Gombuj Mosjid (Bengali: সাত গম্বুজ মসজিদ; Shat Gombuj Mosque or Seven Domed Mosque) was built in the 17th century at the north west outskirt of Dhaka (in present-day Bangladesh).
Accounting the stylistic patterns of the mosque, it is suggested that it was built sometime around 1680 AD. It was during the reign of the Subahdar of Bengal, Shaista Khan (r. 1664–1688). Now the mosque falls in Mohammadpur Thana region. A street, Shat Mosjid Road, commemorates the name of the mosque.