Jameh Mosque of Yazd | A mosque with Iran’s tallest minarets

Jameh Mosque of Yazd is one of the most splendid, outstanding and noteworthy attractions of Yazd province and Iran.

Abarkouh | Iran’s oldest living heritage

Abarkouh city in the southwest of Yazd is home to one of the natural wonders of Iran and world's third longest-living tree, which is still standing today.
Chak Chak

Chak Chak | The Zoroastrian Fire-Temple

Chak Chak (pir-e-Sabz) village embraces one of the most important shrines of the Zoroastrians that is located in the Ardakan city of Yazd province and in the heart of the Ardakan and Anjireh mountains.
Shah cheragh

Shah Cheragh | An incomparable funerary monument

Shiraz’s Shah Cheragh is the tomb of Mir Seyed Ahmad, known as Shah Cheragh, who is the son of Musa-Ebn-Kazem (Musa the son of Kazem), Shia’s 7th Imam.
Zinat Al-Muluk House

Zinat Al-Muluk House | A Qajar house in the heart of Shiraz

The historical house of Zinat al-Mulk is one of the monuments of Qajar era in Shiraz, which was built by Ali Mohammad Khan Ghavam al-Mulk during 12 years.

The Pink Mosque | Mirrors of Colors

The Nasir al-Molk Mosque was built by the order of Mirza Hassan Ali, also known as Nasir al-Molk who was one of the nobles of the Qajar dynasty, during 12 years.

Markar Historical Complex | Iran’s first clock tower

Yazd's Vaght-ol-Saat or Clock Square is one of the oldest clock towers in Iran and the world. Based on historical references Markar Tower is the first tower of its kind in Iran which is registered as a National Heritage Site.

Narenjestan Qavam | The manifestation of Iranian art

Qavam Garden of Shiraz belong to the influential and powerful Qavam family in the reign of Naser al-Din shah, and was built by the order of Ali Mohammad khan Qavam.
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Pasargad | The earliest capital of Achaemenid Empire

Pasargad field is located 130 kilometers away from Shiraz. Cyrus II the Great selected this city as the capital of his reign in the 6th century B.C and started constructing buildings and palaces in it.