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Tag: Yazd

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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lariha-house

Lariha House

Yazd has 6500 historical buildings scattered in different quarters like “Fahadan”, “Yoozdaran”, “Yaghoubi”, and etc. Fahadan is the oldest district in Yazd containing several historical houses, mosques, and schools. Mostly, wealthy people of Yazd had settled in this quarter. Built 150 years ago by Lari family, this gem has been preserved from the Qajar era. Laries were among the affluent […]

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Dowlat_Abad_Garden

Dowlat Abad Garden

As a Persian garden, Dowlat Abad Garden is well-known for its high wind catcher. This garden is located in Chahar Menar (four Minarets) quarter in Yazd. Not only this garden is registered in the list of Iranian national heritage, but also it is one of UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites. With about eight and a half […]

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میدان-امیرچخماق-یزد

Amir Chakhmaq Complex

Amir Chakhmaq is one of the most significant historical complexes in Yazd which is located in the middle of the old architectural context and it is one of the important strategic zones of Yazd. This valuable complex which is the point of main streets includes Mosque, Tekye (a place to hold the religious mourning), Sati […]

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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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yazd-water-museum

Yazd Water Museum

The picturesque city of Yazd is a well-preserved mud-brick old town with distinctive wind-catchers, and numbers of historical sites. One of the most interesting points about the city is its unique architecture, where you can find old houses with a magnificent platform and interior design. The magnificent item in Yazd is the underground water supplement system named Kariz […]

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karakal

Karakal Desert

Caracal (karakal) is a name that may mislead you; while many people may assume it is the name of a place in Central America or Africa, Caracal is a glorious desert in the heart of Iran. Caracals could only be found in Africa and Asia. In Kazakhstan, which is the northernmost place one can find […]

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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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The Persian Qanat

The Persian Qanat

Qanat is a symbol of civilization, tradition and culture in desert regions with arid climate and an outstanding example of using architectural complicated systems in Iran. In fact, Qanat is a tunnel-like channel underground which collects water from a main water source naming “mother well” in order to conduct water along tunnels and finally enable settlement […]

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