Khansar
The Khansar grand mosque (Jame Masjid)
This mosque is the biggest and oldest in the city (350 years back) and is located on a hill at the beginning of the city. It has brick walls and an arched dome and is about 3000 square meters with precious tore specially in the mihrab.

Khansar’s Raeesan Mosque
It has been built in Qajar dynasty and is located in Raeesan district, Khomeini Street; it has been registered as a national heritage in March 2003.

Abhari house
This house is believed to have been built by Haj Seyed Mohammad Bagher Abhari during Qajar dynasty. A two-story house with a courtyard on its east side. The main entrance is on the west side of the house and it has a ‘’hashty’’(entrance), which is rotated 90 degrees in order to avoid direct view to the yard. All of the spaces are formed in a box shape around the yard. The main hall is on the north side and have a ‘panjdari’ (wooden doors with glass small windows and five openings) and there are also two other rooms at both sides of the hall to maintain symmetry.

-Habibiha house
The stately portals of house, which represents a glory past, and with its unique stunning architecture attract all the attention. The place is also known as hosainieh habibi because they hold the Ashura rite in this historical house every year.

Heikal fire temple
It is located in the Heikal mount hillside, which is between Khansar and Golpaygan, and it is still a place of worship for Zoroastrians.

Arian hill (Rahmatabaad village)
Aged 8000 years back, 35 km in north east of the city a village called Rahmatabaad. One of the reasons that this historical site is absolutely attractive is the artificial cave that has been carved in prehistoric era. Some ruins of the stone doors still can be seen. The special shape of the hills and the brick houses, which are up the hill, is an eye catcher perspective on the way from Khansar to Golpaygan.

Safavid Maryam Bigom School
Has been build at (1695) during King Soleiman of Safavid kingdom. It is about 1500 square meters it has been restored at first by Mirza Mohammad Taghi Khan, and next time by Hossein Alavi at (1975) that’s why it is also called Alavi School.

Pigeon’s house
In Khansar, pigeon’s houses are mostly cubical but various in size and proportion, brick and mud mortal are major masonries. The pigeon’s entry is mostly from side and is like perforated horizontal plates.
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