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.
Amir chakhmagh

Amir Chakhmagh Complex | A spectacular plaza in Yazd

Amir Chakhmagh Complex was built in the 15th century, by Jalal-o-din Amir Chakhmagh, who was the governor of Yazd in Timurids dynasty.
Tower of Silence

Tower of silence | Where antiquity meets modernity

The most famous Dakhma in Iran is located near Yazd where they are stayed in the religious central city of Zoroastrians. In 1998, it was registered in the list of national monuments of Iran under the number of 2096.He also built a school and paid many students expenses. He passed away in 1890 and calmed down in the Dakhma which was built by him.