Sangan Jameh Mosque
Also known as Abu Bakr Sadiq mosque is one of the ancient Khorasani mosques located in Sangān, Khaf. Its architecture dates back to the seventh century. The Inside of the mosque is like a museum representing the virtue and talent of its architect; there are beautiful gypsies, Kufi writings, and verses of Quran. Its resistance and strength to natural phenomenon such as earthquakes in the past is one of the features of this building . Sangan Mosque was registered as national monuments of Iran in 1321.
(Nashtifan's Asbads (Windmills
There is a valuable heritage of our ancestors in Nashtifan, Khaf; that shows their creativity and initiative in suitable and friendly use of nature. Asbads (Windmills) thrives which are mostly seen in eastern parts of Iran have developed to profit from the winds of the area, especially the Sistan's 120 days wind. They were used to flour the wheat, which was the main food of the people.This traditional installations consist of bricks and mud;including two constructional parts: a main hall on the ground floor, mill blade and wheel on the roof. Most scholars believe that for the first time, ancient eastern Iranians used this traditional industry in grinding wheat and raising water. With the advent(developement) of industry and technology, the Asbads have lost the importance of their past times.
Qiasie school is an ancient masterpiece located in Khargard, Khorasan. It can be considered as one of the pinnacles of Iranian architecture and perhaps the most perfect example of a historical school. Qiasye is a huge building of the late Timurid era. This beautiful building used to be one of the best Islamic universities of its time. The importance of this building has been clear since the beginnig of registering the monuments.The school was registered as national monuments of Iran in 1310.
Zozan used to be a lively town that was ruined by a terrible earthquake in the eighth century. Nowadays, There are several buildings of this old city that one of them is this great school-mosque. This huge brick building in Khaf shining in a deserted land dates back to early seventh century, Khwarazmi era before Mongol invasion. There are tiling, brickwork and beautiful gilding that reflect the art of the architecture of its time. The Malek Zozan Mosque registered in the Iranian National Monuments List since 1318.