Congregational Mosque of Yazd
This site was built in three different periods; The base of the mosque belongs to the Sassanid period; the dome chamber belongs to the Mongol period, and the portico dates back to the Timurid period. In addition, this mosque is known for its tall portal and its distinguished tile work. The minarets of the mosque with 52 meters in length and 8 meters in diameter are known as the longest among historic mosques. It is located inside the historical city of Yazd. The city is famous for its wind towers and is an important region for Zoroastrian religion. In addition, Si-o-Se-pol and Congregational Mosque of Yazd are Iranian Mosques.