The Heydar Mosque, located in Sabirabad, was built on a plot of land allotted by the District Executive Committee dated February 28, 1990. The construction of the mosque began on an unfinished foundation in 1999 and was handed over to the believers on November 18, 2008. The mosque with a total area of about 2 hectares is 36x36 meters. The dome's circumference is 56 meters, with the mosque building being 19 meters (the height of the dome is 11 meters). The mosque has two minarets, built in national style, 27 meters high and decorated with national ornaments. The entrance to the place of worship is decorated with mirror glass. The mosque can serve 1,800 men and about 800 women at the same time.