Fahadan Great Hotel

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In & Around Yazd

A travel blog entry by chagger1

... Yazd. A young German couple of Turkish descent completed the company.
We headed N into the fringe of the desert....First stop was the mudbrick ruined village of Kharanaq. This crumbling adobe marvel is said to be over 1000 yrs old (the site has been occupied for about 4000 years). Only the famous shaking minaret, the caravanserai & the Qajar mosque have seen any restoration. The rest has been left to weather & fall down.....but it was a picturesque ...

Yazd, Iran: Oldest Town on Earth?

A travel blog entry by samber

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... was hampered by the sun streaming in and blinds being drawn so I slept instead. Yazd is a town that seems to spring up out of the desert - one minute there's nothing, the next houses rise from the sand and a town is born. What's even more remarkable is that Unesco believe the old city to be one of the oldest on Earth. Once exploring, it's certainly not hard to believe. The first thing to hit me was the heat so I was pleased to arrive at our hotel and discover a ...

In the mouth a desert

A travel blog entry by jamboree

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... 17); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: 18px;">End date: 08/09/13
What was great: Silk road hostel, the maze of the old town
What was not great: Tours were too ...

Meet The Zoroastrians

A travel blog entry by free_range_hen

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... as a prison. In any respect it is now a tea room, which we did not frequent. We did wonder in to a hotel and have some cold drinks before it was time to return and lie down. There were many more Zoroastrian temples and mosques and museums there just was not enough time to see all, you would need at least 2 full days to get around. Very heat weary I waddled towards the Orient Hotel and we took advantage of the highly rated Iranian cakes and had an afternoon tea ...

A sweet taste of central Iran

A travel blog entry by irelandbound

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... across the Iranian plateau pre Islam).
The old town of Yazd is all mud brick/adobe and winding lane ways and the roofscape is dotted with badgirs (wind towers/wind catchers) that trap the breezes and funnel them down to the rooms below. The Yazdi badgirs capture the wind from four directions. We stood underneath a number of them, and the cooling effect is obvious and dramatic - it's like a fan is being pointed at you. There are typically pools of water underground as ...

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