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Tag: Yazd city

Zoroastrian-Fire-Temple

Zoroastrian Fire Temple

Being the oldest monotheistic religion in the world, Zoroastrianism was the official religion of Iran before Islam. However, Islam didn’t erase all the traces of Zoroastrianism from its birth-land and a minority of Zoroastrians still practice their ancestral religion. In Zoroastrianism, fire is one of the most venerated symbols associated with the divine being. Therefore, […]

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Kharanaq-village

Kharanaq Village

Sitting in a remote valley about 70km (43 miles) north of Yazd in Central Iran, is the deserted and crumbling mud-brick village of Kharanaq. The site has been occupied for approximately 4,000 years, while the dilapidated adobe buildings that draw foreigners from around the world date back around 1,000 years. From the heart of the […]

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Zeinodin-Caravanserai

Zeinodin Caravanserai

Zein-o-din Caravanserai is a unique property designed for the experience of older days in Yazd. The city of Yazd is located to the north of Ardestan, to the south of Taft in the east of Bafq and to the west of Esfahan province. The city of Yazd is located to the north of Ardestan, to […]

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Khan-Bath

Yazd Khan Bath

There are lots of amazing historical places in Iran such as old traditional bath and Khan bath in Yazd is one of them. It was built under the command of Mohammad Taghi Khan known as The Great Khan in 1791. Three decades later, it was renovated. The plaster mold castings and other decorations were added […]

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