Bafgh Desert – The Greatest Desert in Yazd

Bafgh desert in Yazd province is one of the most beautiful deserts in Iran. You can have Camel ridding and overnight in traditional mansion.

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Top Things to See and Do in Yazd, the City of Windcatchers

We are going to learn about some of the top things to do in Yazd. Most of which include visiting these outstanding historical sites.

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Yazd Art House; A Cultural Hub to Enjoy the Stillness

What about drinking a cup of original Persian tea on the rooftop of Yazd? What about enjoying the mesmerizing alleys and wind catchers? Apart from all the historical sites, Yazd offers to its visitors, you can visit Yazd Art House and spend a couple of hours to enjoy the stillness and beauties of the whole […]

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Alexander’s Prison in Yazd

Yazd in Iran is filled with historical and cultural marvels; that’s why UNESCO has recorded the historical part of the city as a global heritage. In fact, Alexander’s prison in Yazd is one of the historical attractions shining in the city. It is a really popular tourist attraction in the city and you should not […]

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The Ancient Cypress Tree of Abarkouh

Introduction When you think about the oldest biological creatures alive in the world, you may consider bacteria which in some cases have been frozen and alive for 500,000 years. Although some scientists believe that in order to be considered the oldest, there should be a continuous metabolism in that creature and bacteria cheat nature with […]

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Shirkooh Mountain

  Shirkooh Mountain which means Lion Mountain-, is part of a group of mountains which encircles the west side of central desert of Iran known as (Dashte Kavir). Shirkouh, Barfkhaneh and Asemankooh are the most famous summit in that area, which are located in the south part of Yazd city. Ascent to the peak of […]

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All You Need to Know about Amir Chakhmaq Complex

Amir Chakhmaq complex is one of notable buildings in the historical city of Yazd which has been recognized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO since 2017. Amir Chakhmaq is lit up with orange lights after sunset every evening and that’s the best time to visit this spectacular site. Besides being noted for its symmetrical […]

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Dolat Abad Garden

A paradise in the middle of the desert. Dolat Abad Garden located in Rajaii Street, Yazd, is 7,000 square meters of heaven on earth. Dolat Abad Qanat was specifically dug to supply water for this garden. Some special individuals have touched the history of Dolat Abad. The most famous one is Karim Khan Zand, the […]

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The Ancient Zoroastrian Towers of Silence, Yazd, Iran

Nowadays Zoroastrians are among the religious minorities in Iran, with a huge history though. That’s why there are stunning tracks of them in different parts of the country. Dakhmeh-ye Zartoshtiyan in Yazd is one of these tracks. These structures are also known as the mute towers of Yazd and more popularly, The Towers of Silence. […]

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Varham Fire Temple, The Most Important Zoroastrian Buildings In Iran

One of the attractions of Yazd is the peaceful coexistence of religions in it. You can get to this conclusion easily by paying attention to the various religious buildings in Yazd. In the heart of the city, Yazd Varham Fire Temple stands out, and just a few blocks away, you can see the Yazd Grand […]

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