Malek-o Tojjar

Panjeh-ali Bazaar, Yazd, Iran | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Panjeh-ali Bazaar, Yazd.
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    Travel Blogs from Yazd

    Yazd - Kermen (Iran)

    A travel blog entry by stephanieviolet on Jun 07, 2014

    64 photos

    ... the perimeter of the garden and finally we ended up at the entrance which was only a few metres on an adjacent wall to where we first tried. Once we were finally in the garden we relaxed in some outdoor shady wooden cushion areas for a couple of hours until it got to hot we had to go inside an air conditioned cafe. Just as well we did as another sand storm soon passed over the garden but luckily this time we were sheltered inside. It was soon time to head back to the truck so we ...

    The proof is in the desert

    A travel blog entry by hanush on Dec 11, 2013

    26 photos

    From Shiraz, it was another overnight bus north-east to Yazd. In a land full of really, really old stuff, Yazd has the distinction of being the place that even Iranians describe as "ancient". I got various answers as to how old Yazd is exactly, but the general consensus is that the old part of town has been continually inhabited for over 3,000 years.

    Sitting on the edge of the desert, the adobe walls and domed roofs of Yazd are burnt brown by ...

    An Ancient City Moulded by the Desert

    A travel blog entry by chagger1 on Oct 23, 2013


    Left our desert caravanserai & headed for the ancient city of Yazd. On the southern outskirts we came upon the Zoroastrian Towers of Silence atop two barren hills. We stopped to inspect & climb. Naser explained the Zoroastrian burial rites in great detail as we made our way up to one of the platforms. The practice stopped in the 1960s under the Shah as the city got closer. So sans bodies, sans vultures.....
    This is still one of the biggest ...

    Get lost... but not for long!

    A travel blog entry by thelongroadhome on Aug 06, 2013

    35 photos

    ... br> they just go to someone’s house and give money and sit and chat, no cake or
    laughing or singing or anything. Strange
    I thought, why celebrate if you don’t really celebrate?? We did get some treats though as some of the
    goodies were only for Ramadan and if we had gone at a different time we would
    not have had them so that was one good thing for travelling now.

    After stuffing ...

    A sweet taste of central Iran

    A travel blog entry by irelandbound on May 12, 2013

    75 photos

    ... a nice man and we would have loved to be able to look after one of these beautiful carpets ongoing, however we decided to hold off until Esfahan and see what's on offer there.
    Just outside of Yazd two days ago we stopped at the Zoroastrian 'Towers of Silence' (Dakmeh-ye Zartoshtiyun). Until the '60s these high earth built towers were used for funeral purposes - as Zoroastrians believe that burial pollutes the earth and cremation pollutes the air, dead bodies were placed in ...