Yazd is a city in the central of Iran; it dates back from the 5th Century AD and was described as the “Noble city”, by Marco Polo.
Historically Yazd has been the link between Fars and Khorasan and was situated at the intersection of the trade routes from central Asia and India. The city has many important Mosques and Mausoleums dating from the 12th Imam. The Masjed-e-Jome (Friday mosque) is distinguished by the highest minarets in Iran, mosaic faience, a superb mihrab dated 1375, and two oratories that are gothic in appearance.
Attractions: Fire Temple/City Walls of Yazd/Yazd Bazaar/Amir Chakhmaq Mosque/Jame Mosque/Twelve Imam Shrine/Towers of Silence/Chak Chak/Dowlat Abad Garden/