The same is located in Balladeh (Noor) and has a nocturnal area with a domed ceiling which rests on three pillars (similar to elephant feet). Materials used for the structure are stone and limestone, and the facade is white-washed. In the southern part of the nocturnal area is a simple altar. There is also a pulpit sculptured out of one piece of black stone with five steps. Near the mosque is a tomb dated 979 AH. related to a person known as Qaher Ali Beg Qajar Javoshlu. The said mosque was repaired in the year 1954.
The township of Noor is located in the center of the province, to the north of which is the Caspian Sea, and to its south the province of Tehran. The city of Noor is located in the coastal plains with a humid and temperate climate, and at a distance of 243 km. from Tehran.
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