About Jame Mosque of Tabriz
Jame Mosque of Tabriz is among the oldest buildings of Tabriz that has been the Jame Mosque of the city since its construction. This mosque is located in the center of the main bazaar. It belongs to Seljukid period until the Qajar Dynasty. The oldest part of this mosque is its wide shabistan that entails arcs and domes on octagon brick pillars with fine plaster work. Jame Mosque of Tabriz has been the focus of attention and was repaired in Mughal Ilkhanate Period and some parts were added to this complex including the plaster altar. During the reign of Aq Qoyunlu in Azerbaijan, a dome with muarragh tile work was constructed in the north part of the mosque and still some bases and tile works have remained since then. The current mosque is constructed after the earthquake In 1193 A.H. in the early Qajar Period and it is regarded among the major works of that period. This is among those mosques that the style of Firooz Abad Palace was the base of its construction and therefore, it is among those mosques that are known as Iranian mosques. Jame Mosque of Tabriz has been registered as a national monument of Iran.