The Great Mosque of the Pantheon was one of the largest structures in Zakhara found outside of Huzuz. The mosque's beauty was just as impressive as its scale. The mosque was made from carefully polished blue stone quarried from Al-Sayaj Mountains. The stone was inlaid with gold and set with precious gems.
The Great Mosque of the Pantheon was considered a haram or holy site, attracting pilgrims from throughout the Pantheist League.