Hamedan Jame' Mosque, Hamedan
The said mosque is located near the central Sq. of Hamedan and to the west of Ekbatan avenue. The mosque is rectangular in shape, and formerly had four porches of which three have been remained. This structure comprises of two areas for nocturnal prayers, a brick dome and a large and pleasant court-yard with a huge pool in the centre. To the southern side of the mosque are shallow arches, and in the east and northern sides are the minarets. In the entrance corridor is a large stone trough, made of one piece of stone. On this, the name of the endower and date of the endowment is stated, besides which is a verse written in the Nasta'liq script.
Nahavand Jame' Mosque, Nahavand
This mosque is located on the skirts of a hill overlooking the city of Nahavand. The structure is rectangular in shape and consists of three sectors, the ceiling and dome of which are supported by strong pillars. The central section is wider than the ones on the two sides and is covered by three domes of equal height. This structure has been generally constructed with brick and a mixture of earth and gypsum, keeping the architecture on simple lines. A small inscription on stone, related to the Saljuqi era, is the only adornment of this mosque.
Sheikh Ali Khan Zanganeh Mosque, Towiserkan
This mosque is located in the central square of Towiserkan city, and is reputedly known as the 'Madresseh-ye-Abbas' (Abbas School). This structure has an octagonal court-yard, with 36 chambers, that are the resident quarters of the clergy under tutorial there. The mosque of this aggregate is located in the eastern sector of the court-yard. Some believe this mosque to be related to the Safavid era and some think it to be from the time of Sheikh Ali Khan Zanganeh, a minister of Shah Tahmasb Safavid.
Sheverin Village Mosque, Hamedan
This mosque is in the village of Sheverin, 5 km. east of Hamedan. In respect to architecture, this mosque is similar to that of mid Qajar era. Constructed of brick, this structure is interesting from the point of view of architecture, and is on the historical record in Iran.
Soltani Mosque (Jame' Mosque), Asad Abad
This mosque is situated in the vicinity of the 'bazaar' of Asad Abad. The mosque is rectangular in shape. On the wall of the corridor at its entrance is a tomb-stone of cream colored marble with the Kufic script on it. Besides which are five other inscriptions on stone with the following particulars -
The decree of Shah Tahmasb Safavid I (930-984) and dating to the year 972 A.H. The same was in relation to tax exemptions or a discount in taxes imposed on owners of four- legged beasts and only those of the Shiite sect came under this order.
The decree of Shah Abbas Safavid I (996-1038) and dating to the year 1026 A.H. also related to a discount in taxes. The decree of Shah Safi (1038-1052) and dating to the year 1046 A.H. in connection with the tax and government tax exemptions of various communities such as the 'Kavlolian', 'Oranloo' and the 'Indians' (reputedly known as 'Khatiran').
These communities had settled in the vicinities of Nahavand, Asad Abad, Harsin, Deynoor, Bilavar, Sonqor, Gurab and Malayer. An inscription related to the repairs of this mosque under the orders of Shah Soleiman Safavid (1077-1105), under the supervision of Haji Ali Khan Zanganeh, Aslan Aqa, and an architect by the name of Mohammad Taheri Hamedani. These repairs took place in the year 1097 A.H.