Jameh Mosque of Varamin

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Grand Mosque of Varamin
مسجد جامع ورامین
Varamin mosque. courtyard and dome.jpg
Masjed-e Jomeh of Varamin, View from the room above the entrance,
Jameh Mosque of Varamin is located in Iran
Jameh Mosque of Varamin
Shown within Iran
Basic information
Location Varamin, Tehran, Iran
Geographic coordinates 35°19′N 51°39′E / 35.32°N 51.65°E / 35.32; 51.65Coordinates: 35°19′N 51°39′E / 35.32°N 51.65°E / 35.32; 51.65
Affiliation Islam
Province Tehran Province
Ecclesiastical or organizational status In use occasionally.
Architect(s) Ali Qazvini
Architectural type Azeri
Completed 1322
Length 66 meters
Width 43 meters

Jāmeh Mosque of Varāmīn (Persian: مسجد جامع ورامین‎‎ – Masjed-e-Jāme-e Varāmīn) Congretation mosque of Varamin, Friday mosque of Varamin or Grand mosque of Varamin is the grand, congregational mosque (Jāmeh) of Varamin city, within the Tehran Province of Iran. This mosque is one of the oldest buildings of Varamin city. Its construction began during the reign of’ Sultan Mohammad Khodabaneh and was completed during his son’s rule Sultan Abu Sa'eed. This building consists of a Shabestan, portico, large brick dome, the structure beside shabestan and ten small arches along with one large arch in the middle.[1][2]


The following are photos of the Mosque that were taken by Robert Byron in 1934.

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