Tis Jame Mosque
The early monument of the Mosque of Tiss or Touba dates back to the early days of Islam, dating back to 1250 years, and is the second- largest mosque after Islam. In terms of architecture and interior decorations, the Jame mosque of Tiss is similar to those of Pakistan and India. Like most mosque from Sunnis, the architectural Iranian Islamic mosques have minaret. That is why this old mosque is also known as the Minaret Mosque. The minarets and domes of this mosque are painted in green and red, and the doors are colorful with irregular, glazing, dedicating a magnificent view to the mosque.