Iranian mosques are stunning and are definitely best Yazd attractions. Filled with blue and green mosaic tiles, they catch your eye and make it wander through the infinite patterns. Unusual colors and attention to detail, but also the overall architectural form make them one of the most amazing pieces of architecture in the world. Each one is unique, just like… Persian carpets. Also, mosques in Yazd are simply incredible. The most famous are Masjed-e Jameh and Amir Chakhmaq Complex (in Amir Chakhmagh Square).
Yazd is home to a distinctive style of mosque, with very tall decorative entrance gates topped with a pair of minarets. They are perfect for navigating your way around the labyrinth of the old city. The followings can be mentioned as other old mosques of Yazd province:
Behabad Jame' Mosque, Aharestan, Hadji Kamal Mosques, Jame' Mosque of Ardakan, Firooz Abad Jame' Mosque, Amand Gol in Nadooshan, Abarqoo Jame' Mosque, Imam Hassan Mosque, Large Posht-e-Baq Mosque, Zavieh Mosque, Seyed Roknedin Mosque in Yazd, Kharanaq Jame' Mosque in Bafq, Marvast Jame' Mosque etc.
The Jame' Mosque of Saveh is one of the valuable relics of the Saljuqi period. This was constructed in the 6th century AH., coinciding with the establishment of the city ...MORE
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