The Mirror & Lighting Museum in Yazd, Iran; the beautiful Persian Palace is now is now the safe-keeper of the rich long-passed Persian culture
Nabati Cave in Yazd, Iran is a beautiful eco-tourism spot for travelers who want a small change of pace from seeing all the cultural and historical sites.
Definitely don’t miss out on seeing the historical Narin Castle (Narin Qal’eh) with its 4,000 year old foundations in Meybod, Yazd, on your travel to Iran!
The historical Solat House and anthropology museum in Abarkuh, Yazd, Iran is one of the richest sources of Persian Culture, architecture and history in Yazd!
A truly eye-opening destination in Yazd, Iran, there ancient Zoroastrian Towers of Silence bring an ancient secret ritual to light with their remains
Believe us when we tell you the only to get ice cream isn’t your freezer. The ancient desert-freezer, the Abarkuh Ice House does just that, with no electricity!
The Shish Badgir Reservoir, uniquely has six wind-catchers, keeping the water icy cool in Yazd’s blistering hot arid-summer climate!
One of the oldest living things in the world, the Cypress of Abarkuh in Iran, also known as Zoroastrian Sarv and Sarv-e Abarkuh, has been speculated by botanists to be at least 4,000 years old! Over the past years, many researchers from Japan, Russia, China, and Iran have tried to determine the tree’s age. Speculations...
Starting as the aristocratic home a merchant, the Lari House was also used as a spiritual khanqah in the followings years before it became a historical landmark
Zendan-e Eskandar, AKA Alexander’s Prison in Yazd, Iran. Is it just religious school, or do something features hint towards something a bit more than that?