Oral History of Arg Mosque in Tehran



Edited by Soleyman Heydari
First impression:  March 2007
Publisher: Islamic Revolution Documents Center
ISBN: 1-116-419-964

Arg mosque is one of most famous and historical mosques in Tehran. Oral History of Arg Mosque by looking at the political developments and economic and cultural works at this mosque analyzes the impact of it on Islamic Revolution.
This research is divided to three parts: a) the establishment of the mosque in Qajar era, b) its demolishing during Pahlavis and the clergy’s contribution to rebuild it, and c) its economic, political and cultural activities during the three decades of Islamic Republic. The chapters are as follow:
Arg Mosque Construction History
Political Activities of Arg Mosque
Cultural-Economic Activities of Arg Mosque
Chronology
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