Hotel Moshir Garden

Enghelab Ave, Yazd, Iran | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Enghelab Ave, Yazd.
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    Travel Blogs from Yazd

    Yazd - Kermen (Iran)

    A travel blog entry by stephanieviolet on Jun 07, 2014

    64 photos

    ... for the afternoon with a shisha (water pipe with flavoured tobacco). We strolled around the bazaar for a bit more of a look and stumbled across a street of Afghan markets. I found an old lady with a pile of clothes laid out on a rug on the footpath and bought an amazing vintage looking brown/gold/green sparkling dress off her which I decided would look awesome as a coat. Armed with my purchase, we went back to the hotel for early evening and then back out later for another ...

    The proof is in the desert

    A travel blog entry by hanush on Dec 11, 2013

    26 photos

    ... to the Arab conquest (which brought Islam to the region). Zoroastrians believe that fire represents a pure connection with their God, Ahura Mazda, and keep fires burning continuously in their temples. The fire in the temple in Yazd has been burning for some 1500 years. I reckon Zoroastrianism provided George RR Martin with his inspiration for the deity R'Hollor in the "A Song of Ice and Fire" (Game of Thrones) novels (thats the last ...

    An Ancient City Moulded by the Desert

    A travel blog entry by chagger1 on Oct 23, 2013

    ... Moharram. It has a stunning three storey tiled facade & twin minarets(even more beautiful at night ). During the great celebration a huge wooden nakhl (palm leaf shaped) weighing tens of tons is carried around the square 7 times on the shoulders of 100 men. It would be quite a sight.....
    The afternoon was spent wandering the old city. It is a mudbrick brown maze, high walls to guard privacy (& help mitigate sandstorms), archways & twisting ...

    A sweet taste of central Iran

    A travel blog entry by irelandbound on May 12, 2013

    75 photos

    ... is a fascinating place.
    The reason for the title of this entry is that Yazd is renowned for its sweets. At the retail outlet of a good sweets manufacturer yesterday afternoon, I accidentally bought a very large box of little Yazdi cakes (I thought I was purchasing a couple, just to try them) as well as two other small boxes, one of a walnuts pastry and one of a pistachio coconut ice confection. And they gave us a couple of other sweets in our change as they didn't have ...

    Nougat & Biscuit City - Day 30

    A travel blog entry by krisbolt on May 06, 2013

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    ... inside the church and noticed it wasn't Muslim. I got curious and was told it was Armenian. The wall painting is gorgeous. Stories about the life of Jesus. Paintings in rich and bright colours. Local guide was telling us stories of Amenians in Iran after the Armenian Genocide in 1915-17 from Turkey. In this city of Esfahan, a river divided into 2 communities. Iranian Muslims on one side and the Armenians on the other side. Armenians living in Iran, do wear hijab ...