one of the greatest works of Islamic architecture in Iran, which is an elevated mosque with very impressive and spectacular decorations having an iwan and a pair of steady minarets with a height of 52 m and a diameter of 8 m which was built based on Azeri style in the center of Yazd.
It is one of the most beautiful architectural masterpieces of ninth century AH which was built in a period of one hundred years in different eras combining three old mosques and has acquired its current form in Qajar era in an area of ten thousand square meters. Its building arouses admiration of visitors due to its lodging dome, lofty façade, as well as its unique tile work.
Entering Masjed Jame Street, we can see this great mosque at the end of the street. Walking toward the mosque, we can see the minarets connecting us to the sky. Surprisingly, the minarets are different. The minaret on the right has two independent stairways. You will be surprised observing the height of the minarets and their unique dazzling tile work, even at the top of the minarets where the minarets are thinner.