The mosque located on a medieval caravan road was built at the beginning of the XVII century. It is square in plan and centrally –domed. On the southern wall is a stalactite-tier mehrab (mihrab). A distinguished personality of that time Seyid Yahya Murtuza ordered the construction of the mosque. Being a clergyman, he served as the akhund of the mosque. Under his will, he was buried in the mosque courtyard. Now his tomb is near the mosque entrance.
3D view of the sightseeings of the Old City.