Imam Isfahan mosque or Shah Mosque, also known as the Abbasi Mosque, is one of the most spectacular and historic mosques in the city of Esfahan, which was built during the Safavid period and is one of the most important buildings of the Islamic architecture of Iran. This building is an immortal masterpiece of architecture, tiling and carpentry in the 11th century AH. The Imam is related to the Safavid period and is located in Isfahan, south of the Place of Peace Square, and this work was registered on December 15, 1310 with the registration number 107 as one of Iranian national works have been registered. Imam Isfahan mosque, located on the southern side of the Square of the Universe, was started in 1020 AH by the command of Shah Abbas I in the twenty-fourth year of his reign, and its decorations and extensions have been completed during his successors. The Imam's mosque is in terms of The architecture, tile and carvings, and the majesty of the dome and its high minarets are considered to be the masterpieces of the eleventh century AH. The tile decorations of the mosque were gradually completed at the time of the successors of Shah Abbas, the inscription on the main Mosjedamdam on the tiles of the mosaic and the third line of Alireza Abbasi and the historian until 1025 AH.