The Six-Wind-Catcher Water Reservoir is made in Qajar Era, and is one of the Water Reservoir of the Yazd city with 6 wind catchers that kept the water cool and fresh.
Iranian carpet which is known as the national art is considered as one of the elements of national identity and symbol of culture and civilization of Iran
One of the main fire temples of Iran built in Pahlavi time by the Iranian-Indian association of Zoroastrians is located in city of Yazd, known for hosting the holy fire of Varhoram or Bahram.
A square that hosts a religious center, a caravanserai and a mosque in the heart of the city of Yazd. Amir Chakhmagh used to be a series of construct like square, bathhouse, caravanserai, monastery, well …
Yazd is the city that best represent the architecture, art, lifestyle and traditions of Iran in desert areas. Known for its wind-catcher, roofed passageways, narrow streets, gardens, water reservoirs and Qanats
The importance of water and its storage led to the creation of an architectural structure calling water reservoir (Ab Anbar) which is one of the tourism attraction in Iran. It is an important traditional architectural …
The towers are special structures used by Zoroastrians to bury their dead.
Located in the Eastern part of Iran with the city of Yazd as its center, known for the shape of the city (Fahaadaan neighborhood), Jame Mosque, Zoroastrian temple and towers of silence (Zoroastrien's Dakhmeh)