At the bazaar’s northeast corner, the well-proportioned former Saheb ol-Amr Mosque now houses a Quran Museum The building was built during the region of Safavid Shah Tahmasb ( 17th century ). This glorious and firm structure is the first royal mosque of safavid king Tahmaseb built in 984AH. It was destroyed by Soltan Morad IV and then it was rebuilt by Mirza Mohammad Abraham. The mausoleum was destroyed in the 1766 earthquake (1193 A.H ). later it was reconstructed by Jafar Goli Kha Danbaly in 1781. Quran & Manuscript Museum was established in this Mausoleum in 2001.