Borujerd Jameh Mosque is one of the first mosques built in Iran which was established in the second and third hijri century in Borujerd. This mosque is located in the heart of one of the historical neighbourhoods in the city called “Do Dangeh” and that was one of the special buildings in Lorestan and Borujerd City in terms of history and architecture. The architecture of Borujerd Jameh Mosque is one of the historical masterpieces of Iran with both Islamic and ancient Iranian (Sassanid) architectural features.
According to an inscription, this mosque was constructed in the year 1068 AH. The mosque is located to the east of the city of Borujerd. The entrance door of the mosque was built in the year 1092 AH. under the command of Soltan Mohammad. In the year 1209 AH. Taqi Khan Razani was responsible for the construction of the top of two minarets called ‘gol-dasteh’. The most beautiful part of the mosque is its pulpit which has nine steps. This pulpit is of wood and dates back to 1068 AH. To the northern side of the courtyard of the mosque is a large area with fine columns used as a place for prayers. Here there is also a carved wooden door above which is an inscription with an area of 25cm x 38 cm. This inscription is related to the reign of Safavid Shah Abbas I.