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A beautiful and huge mosque. It is a must to visit in Tabriz and it is located in city center and... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Mina Z
Blue mosque

Very interesting architechture with saphir blue color, but unfortunately some parts were destroyed... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
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Reviewed yesterday

A beautiful and huge mosque. It is a must to visit in Tabriz and it is located in city center and close to some other attractions.

Thank Mina Z
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Very interesting architechture with saphir blue color, but unfortunately some parts were destroyed due to an earthquake and couldnt be rebuilt.

Thank foujan
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Collapsed after a devastating earthquake in the 1700's, this large mosque has laid in ruins until the 1970's. It has been largely reconstructed from the ruins to show its previous grandeur and beauty. Many pieces are missing or have been replaced, the reconstruction has not...More

Thank Markus U
Reviewed 12 August 2017 via mobile

I had visited Kabood Mosque some 15 years ago before the renovation work happened. It had let me quite a poor impression as the building was pretty much in ruins. The spectacular renovation which happened in the meantime is a great success, bearing in mind...More

Thank FrenchTraveler001
Reviewed 9 August 2017

I liked the place very much especially the colors were eye-catching. Some parts of the mosque were rebuilt, however, for some reason other parts were kept as is.

Thank AliakbarMajidi
Reviewed 2 August 2017

This monument is still there after three terrible earthquakes that turned Tabriz into a pile of earth along the recent centuries....tile art is the most fantastic part of it....artists have made those tiles having the least wares comparing these days.... But that blue color cannot...More

Thank Sarvi A
Reviewed 1 August 2017 via mobile

Suitable for those interested in history and old architucture unfortunatly the original structure was lost to ab earthquake almost 150 years ago but it was reconstructed about 50 60 years ago. However it has kept a little of its long forgotten grandure. A must visit.

Thank Sahand S
Reviewed 26 May 2017

This 'Blue Mosque' dates from the Timurid period and while it has been extensively damaged in a number of major earthquakes, its architecture is important in the development of mosques in Iran and if you are touring Iran and looking at historic developments, this mosque...More

1  Thank J0anned568
Reviewed 22 May 2017

Beautiful remains of an old mosque. The blue color used, which can be seen in a small area of the interior, is breath taking. A small number of hand made items that are on display are for sale and very reasonably priced. Very unique too...More

1  Thank gazalep
Reviewed 30 April 2017

The blue/ kabood mosque is a fascinating building which, while hugely restored still has lots of atmosphere ( much more so than the big mosque in Kashan for example). A further plus is that it is right next door to a small park which is...More

1  Thank RachelLoveday
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