Hajar Khatoon Mosque

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Hajar Khatoon Mosque (in Kurdish: مزگت هاجه رخاتوون, in Persian: مسجد هاجرخاتون) is architecturally a unique and ancient Muslim mosque (now a tourist destination) in the city of Sanandaj in Kurdistan Province, Iran.

Hajar Khatoon Mosque was built more than hundred years ago by Haj Sheikh Shokrollah who was a very prominent Sunni cleric or Sheikh in that region.


In 813 AD and after the death of Hajar Khatoon; daughter of Seventh Shīʻa Imām and sister of eighth Shīʻa Imām, A shrine was built to commemorate her memory and later it became a place where pilgrims from all over the country come to visit.

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