Al-Nabi Mosque, Qazvin
Al-Nabi Mosque or Shah Mosque is a mosque in the city of Qazvin. The mosque, which has an area of 14,000 square meters, has inscriptions that have been recorded that the Fath Ali Shah Qajar was founder of this Mosque. However, there are also evidence of the presence of a mosque during the Safavid era, and the architect of the building is considered a person called Professor Mirza Shirazi, and the year of construction is 1166 AH.
The dome of the mosque is two layers, and the courtyard of the mosque is four porches. This mosque, like the Qazvin mosque, has a nave. This place is the gathering place for worshipers every Friday in Qazvin for congregational prayers. Soltani Mosque of Qazvin along with Soltani Borujerd Mosque and Soltani Mosque of Tehran are from the works of Fath Ali Shah Qajar era.
This mosque registered in January 6, 1932 as one of the national works of Iran by the number of 122.