Jameh Mosque of Urmia is one of the old monuments of this historical city, i.e. Urmia, located on Eqbal Street. This mosque lies in the middle of the city's old bazaar and is one of the major elements of the old part of the city. Some researchers believe that this monument used to be a temple which was destroyed after the Moslems' dominance and then, a mosque was built on it. According to them, the style of decorations, stuccos, pilings, and ceilings of the mosque are exactly the same as Seljuq architecture style. This monument is a mixture of architecture in different periods of Iran's history.
The mosque dates back to Seljuq period and it was registered in Iran's National Heritage on Azar 15, 1935 with the registration number of 243.