Jamakaran mosque (Masjed-e Jamkaran) is located at a distance of 6 km. from the city of Qom, on the Qom - Kashan Road. The same receives pilgrims both nationally and internationally.
Regarding the date of this mosque, there is a narration, according ...
The Jamkaran castle lies 6 km. east of Qom, and in the village of Jamkaran. This castle is also known as the "Gabri castle" and is a remnant of the pre-Islamic age. The same was utilized in the Islamic period too, and the inhabitants of this vicinity ...
Within 6 km. to the east of Qom, and near the tomb of Hadi Gorgabi Jamkaran is a cypress tree. The same is also famously known as the Hadi Mehdi cypress. Being 500 years old, is to the girth of 3 m. and rises to an elevation of 13 m.
An open-air museum site is planned to be established on the ca. 7000-year-old Qoli Darvish Hill, which is situated in Qom province (near Jamkaran), southern Tehran.
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