Termeh: The Luxurious Persian Handwoven Fabric

For more than 400 years, Termeh has been the most sumptuous Iranian handwoven cloth. This luxurious fabric was woven by natural silk and wool fiber. It was traded throughout the Aryan trade regions, where now we know as the Silk Roads. Yazd has the reputation of producing high-quality Termeh products such as scarves, cushion covers, [...]
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Cafe Fooka

Fooka Cafe, located in Masjed Jame Street (link) is a nice mixture of tradition and modernity. Mud-dried bricks, a couple of domes and traditional Persian colorful windows go hand in hand with the modern decor. An old gramophone, an antique motorcycle and a wall decorated with tree stumps can be seen as you enter the [...]
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Masjed Jame Street

After spending the whole day visiting all the beautiful sites offered by Yazd, now it’s time to relax and rest. In the night time, there is a place where you can escape the commotion of the city. Since no cars are allowed and nothing can disturb you, Masjed Jame Street, located in the historic part [...]
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Cafe Nardoon, Yazd

Cafe Nardoon, located in Shah Aboul-ghasem neighbourhood of Yazd, is a cute, cosy place to hang out. The name literally translates to “pomegranate seeds” in Persian. The Cafe is designed quite creatively. Their use of Termeh and Jajim on top of the wooden tables and couches is chic and harmonic. In order to make the [...]
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Yazd, The City of Windcatchers

Yazd, The City of Windcatchers. Located 270 km southeast of Isfahan, Yazd is the capital of Yazd province and is currently the 15th largest city in Iran. The name Yazd means “god” in the middle Persian language. The city deserves this name due to its many Zoroastrian fire temples which contain holy fires, one of [...]
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