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Yazd Province


Yazd is known as the first adobe city and the second historical city in the world. People living in Yazd speak Persian language with some dialectal differences with so many beautiful Persian words and compounds in their dialect. The city of Yazd is also called "Dar al-Ebadah"(city of religious people), "Dar al-Elm and Dar al-Amal"(city of science and work), "Shahr Badgirha"(city of windcatchers), and city of fire and the sun. In different rural and urban areas of Yazd, special dishes are prepared, including bean soup, vinegar soup, and wheat soup.


With an area of about 74493 square kilometers, Yazd is the fourth largest province in the country located in the central part of the Iranian plateau on the edge of Lut desert. Yazd has 10 cities (Yazd, Abarkooh, Ardakan, Bafgh, Taft, Khatam, Sadough, Mehriz and Meybod), 20 districts and 51 villages. It shares border with Semnan in the northwest, Isfahan in the west, and Fars in the southwest.


Yazd, like other provinces of the country, has many rituals and customs, the most interesting of which is related to Ashura. Many tourists go to Yazd on those days to see mourning ceremonies. The clothing of the people is now more like that of other cities and villages of Iran, but the residents of some villages still wear their traditional clothes.

Handicrafts and Food

In addition to textile products, special types of sweets are also prepared, which are very popular all over Iran and even in all parts of the world. The important sweets of Yazd that are considered as souvenirs are Baklava, Qottab, pastry with coconut, almond, pistachio, and walnut flavor and all kinds of delicious sweets. In different rural and urban areas of Yazd, special dishes are prepared, including bean soup, vinegar soup, and wheat soup.


Tourist Attractions

Yazd has many historical places, some of the most important ones are Historic City of YazdPahlavanpour Garden, Amir Chaghmaq complex, the grand Mosque of Yazd, Old Faraj Mosque, Seyyed Rokn al-Din Tomb, Zoroastrian Tower of Silence, Zoroastrian Fire Temple (Yazdan), Dowlat Abad Garden, the First World Safe Box, Wind Catchers, Abarkooh Gonbad-e Ali, Abarkooh Cypress, Kheirabad Complex, Abarkooh Mosque, and etc.

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Meybod Ice House

Meybod Ice House:Water is a very vital and important substance in Iran; Especially in desert areas. But the Iranians, who were able to supply and manage the water they needed by building an Ice House, built a structure called a ice house to have ice in hot weather.

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Jameh Mosque of Yazd

After the Arab invasion to Iran, Muslims built mosques on the ruins of fire temples of the Sassanid era .In the middle ages of Islamic history, the Grand Mosque of every city was considered to determine the identity and body of the city. As a result, Jameh Mosque of Yazd played an important role in Yazd as the religious center.

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Fire Temple of Yazd

Bahram fire temple or Varharam has been a place of worship with a burning fire for Zoroastrians living in Yazd province for 1500 years. Its building was built in 1934 AD by a group of Iranian engineers and the financial assistance of the Parsi Zoroastrians' Association of India. Fire temple is located in the center of Yazd and is still considered one of the most important historical places to visit in this city.

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Tower of Silence

Khamooshan Tower or Tower of Silence - as people from Yazd call it - is a Zoroastrian raised burial site located 15 kilometers southeast of Yazd city on a high hill named Safiyeh. Dakhma or Gordakhma is a place to destroy Zoroastrian dead bodies.

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