Yazd Traditional Hotel

Amir Chaghmagh square , Yazd, Iran | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Amir Chaghmagh square , Yazd.
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Travel Blogs from Yazd

In & Around Yazd

A travel blog entry by chagger1 on Oct 24, 2013

... 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 on Oct 19, 2013

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... from behind a wall before disappearing down another alley. Hands running along the course mud, packed and dried to create our alleys of wonder. Shadows melting into walls as women emerge or go into homes. A splash of green as a tree grows in the vain hope of providing shade on a children's playground, the rusted slide of which I'm sure hasn't felt a bum on it for quite some time. Can't imagine the concrete slabs doubling as table tennis see much action either. Entering ...

In the mouth a desert

A travel blog entry by jamboree on Sep 04, 2013

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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 ...

A sweet taste of central Iran

A travel blog entry by irelandbound on May 12, 2013

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... then Mehrdad's, for Iranian music).
We made some very interesting stops along the way, Pasargadae being one of the highlights. It is the ruins of the first dynastic capital of the Archaemenid empire, founded by Cyrus 2 the Great in the 6th century BC. Visiting the tomb of Cyrus was particularly special for John - something he has wanted to do since seeing a picture of it in a history book when he was quite young.The whole visit was very tranquil and calming; not ...

Not Just Islam in Iran

A travel blog entry by shaunandkaren on Apr 10, 2013

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... in a cave to find water all over the ground, and we could hear the constant drip of the ‘holy water’. We watched as believers participated in prayer at the prayer niche, wet their hands, and also drank the ‘holy water’. As we walked out of the temple, we noticed the door had a similar relief to the ones found in the ancient Achaemenid city of Persepolis. This made sense as the state religion of the Achaeminid Empire was in fact Zoroastrianism. We ...