The same is located in Balladeh (Noor) and has a nocturnal area with a domed ceiling which rests on three pillars (similar to elephant feet). Materials used for the structure are stone and limestone, and the facade is white-washed.
In the southern part of the nocturnal area is a simple altar. There is also a pulpit sculptured out of one piece of black stone with five steps. Near the mosque is a tomb dated 979 AH. related to a person known as Qaher Ali Beg Qajar Javoshlu. The said mosque was repaired in the year 1954.