Hakim Mosque in Isfahan is one of the historical mosques in this city, which was constructed by Hakim Mohammad Davood, physician of Shah Abbas II of the Safavid dynasty in Isfahan. In fact, the mosque is named after him. The mosque’s construction began in 1657 A.D.
The area of Hakim Mosque in Isfahan, which has a regular map, is 8,000 square meters and consists of four iwans (a rectangular hall or space, usually vaulted, walled on three sides, with one end entirely open) with no minarets and domes.
In terms of the construction type, Seyyed Mosque in Isfahan is very similar to this mosque. One of the interesting features of the Hakim Mosque in Isfahan is the existence of two Sundials, one on the northwest corner of the mosque and the other on top of the northwest iwan.
Hakim Mosque is located on Hakim Street in Isfahan and in the center of the city. The historical places close to this mosque include Hakim Grand Bazaar, Assarkhaneh Shahi Museum, and Naqsh-e Jahan Square.