According to the inscription on the porch of Jame Mosque, this building was built in 796 AD ordered by Amir Jamshid Ghareni. Thus, Qaen Mosque is among the works built in the late Ilkhani era and the early Timurid era. This work has some components such as courtyard, veranda, porch, rooms, entrance, stairway landing and sun clock. Mosque porch is the most characteristic architectural elements. The major decorations used in the building include front porch brickworks, painting on the interior surfaces of portico and decorations used in its dual altars.
The tomb of Bozajomehr, one of the famous mystics, poet and politician of the fourth and fifth centuries AD, is located 5km from the south Qaen on the hillside of the Abouzar Mountain. This building is built in the 6th and 7th centuries AD.
Made of stratified mud bricks, the great Nehbandan Castle is located inside Nehbandan.
This building is located inside the old texture of Nehbandan. The building is for Qajar era according to available architectural evidences.
The castle is located on 5th km in east of Nehbandan. Stone and brick are materials to construct the castle stratified somewhere with no mortar.
The study on architecture of mosque of Mighan reflects the effects of rural climate on the structure of this building, for example the limited area of mosque designed according to population of village during that period.
Difficult natural situations in deserts inside Iran have lead people to use their creativity and innovation to take the most advantage of natural factors and conditions to control them.
Khezri mosque building is located one kilometer away from the new City of Khezri. This distance could indicate an earthquake in 1968 that destroyed the town. The original building of Khezri Mosque was rebuilt after the destruction through people’s self-help. The current building is on the site of the original building of the mosque that is related to the Safavid era.
Building of Ghareni House is located in old texture of Qaen. The building is constructed in Qajar Dynasty according to available evidences. Building has an entrance gate in eastern side having a way to the yard through a porch corridor.