This resolendent congregational mosque is the only historical monument remaining in the new city of Neyshaboor. Dating back to the 899 AH, it was built thanks to the efforts of Pahlevan-Ali Karkhi, the son of Bayazid. Having a four-aivan plan, it covers an area of 7050 square meters. Its commissionerís tomb is located east of the northern aivan. Located in the city center, south-west of Emam Square, it is now under the authority of the Cultural Heritage Organization. Its National Monuments Registration Number is 317.
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