Jame Mosque of Qazvin – Masjed Jame Atigh Qazvin- is one of the oldest mosques of Iran. It is a remnant of the Saljuqi and Safavid periods and is located in Qazvin provincie of Iran.
This is one of the most ancient mosques of Iran. This magnificent mosque is build on a Zoroastrian fire temple under the order of Harun-ol Rashid in around 192 AH. Some parts of the mosque specially the south porch was ruined after the Mongol invasion and repaired later. Many additions were made in different eras.
The mosque has a rectangular courtyard with a pool in the center and a beautiful garden. In four side of the yard are elevated porches. Flanking the northern porch are two beautiful minarets which were restored by Shah Abbas.
Behind the southern porch you can see the blue elegant main dome which is constructed in Seljuk dynasty. This is considered a masterpiece from the architectural point of view in the 6th century AH, known as the Komar Tashi area where there are five epigraphs in Kufic and Naskh. The ancient ruins of the old fire place can be found in this part of mosque under the mihrab.