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Yazd is located between the northern part of the Dasht-e Lut and the southern part of the Dasht-e Lut, and is the oldest and most inhabited city in Iran. At an altitude of 1230m, Yazd can be quite cold in winter, but very hot in summer. Yazd is one of the oldest cities in the world according to UNESCO. All visitors should be lost for a few hours in this living museum. Keep an eye out for the high wind tower (budgie) on the roof. It catches even a breeze and diverts it into the underground living room. In hot summers, they are much more necessary and healthier than modern air conditioners. The city is the clay color of sun-dried bricks. Yazd is traditionally famous for Terme. Terme is an Iranian patterned brocade used for dresses, bags, shoes and upholstery.

Yazd (UNESCO) is an ancient caravan town whose prosperity was established until the 17th century on the silk trade. It was an essential stage of this legendary route among all. We will explore the Zoroastrians, who are still followers of Iran’s oldest religion today. We will admire, in the solitudes of the desert, old towers of Silence where, until a few years ago, the dead were being torn to pieces by birds, so that neither the earth by burial nor the air was polluted. by cremation.