Yazd Travel Guide
The cornerstone of Iranian culture, economy, and art
Yazd is where the time has stopped. The old part of the city with its gingered adobe buildings and neighborhoods has been there for 1000 years. Once the city of Zoroastrian believers, it has accepted Islam, and now followers of both religions are living together in peace. The famous ancient neighborhoods like Fahadan show Iranian ancestors’ genuine in living with the least resources in the heart of the desert.