The Juma mosque
The Juma mosque was built in the 10 century. It was re-built by Abdurahman Mihtar, a Khan high official, in the end of the 18 century. The mosque, which had 212 columns, offered the Friday prayer to the city.
Inside the mosque there was a marble board displaying its properties and incomes. Two main roads of the city crossed each other at the Juma Mosque place.