Malek-o Tojjar

Address: 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

        Lovely Yazd, Calm and Nice

        A travel blog entry by harryabroad on Jul 28, 2015

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        ... cold hand wash myself. They laughed at my shirt, assured me no problem and whisked off the laundry. Following day the Laundry came back stiff as boards and hey shorter again. Getting a little annoyed with this.

        It was very hot so we just relaxed for the afternoon and once the sun started to set we went for a look around the old city..absolutely fantastic… looked just like the movies of ...

        Yazd - Kermen (Iran)

        A travel blog entry by stephanieviolet on Jun 07, 2014

        64 photos

        ... local woman as he would have gotten a good stoning. The Iranians perception of Westerners is very skewed and off (such as one local lady asked us if it was true that all couples that are married are still allowed to have other partners) but it is what is drummed into them from day one at school. We hopped in a taxi and went to the bazaar hoping that some of it would be open. Which it was, but a very small amount of shops. We did discover a shisha bar in the basement level so chilled ...

        The proof is in the desert

        A travel blog entry by hanush on Dec 11, 2013

        26 photos

        ... water from beneath the mountain foothills, into the town. They are dug by pickaxe, by men specialising in this risky sort of subterranean engineering. A musuem illustrating their efforts displays claustrophobia-inducing photographs - the tunnels are about 60cm wide, and perhaps 140 cm high. The only safety equipment is a padded cotton hat, and an acetylene lantern. The men wear white clothes for two reasons, visibility, and also to be their shroud ...

        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 ...

        Yazd & The Badgir Population

        A travel blog entry by free_range_hen on Aug 06, 2013

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        ... We were intrigued by the highly decorated and blue mosques and minarets that proudly raised their heads above the brown streets below. Yazd is full of winding alleys which dissect the brown mud brick old town. They really do mean old town, Yazd is reputedly the oldest town in the world with a continuos populous for 7000 years. It is on a major trade route and was not destroyed by Genghis Khan or Tamerlane. You will see obvious square ...