Juma Mosque is a Friday mosque in the Khiva fortress Ichan-Kala, which was built in the X century. This mosque is unique in its structure - it has no portals, domes, galleries and courtyard. The mosque has access from three sides.
The ceiling of the large hall leans on 213 wooden columns. In the ceiling there are small holes for light and ventilation. The southern wall has stalactite niches, and on the right there is a marble plate indicating the profits and estates. Ahead of the north-western corner of the mosque is the Kazi Kalyan madrasah, where they used to study various sciences.