This is one of the important centers in one of the districts of Bafq. Regarding the terminology of this word, it consists of the prefix "Beh" (meaning the best) and "Abad" (meaning a habitable place). The historical relics of the area are the Jame' Mosque, Haj Mahdi Water Reservoir, the Molla Abdullah and Sheikh Zia Edin Tomb, and a number of castles and towers, out of which Behabad Jame' Mosque pertains special and tremendous glory.
This Bafgh city is located in the east of YAZD province. To its north is Ardakan and to its west is Mehreez. Bafq is situated at the north of the province of Kerman and in the west of Khorassan province. Bafq is located at 120 km. distance from the southeast ...
The all-but deserted mud-brick village of Kharanaq (Kharanagh) is crumbling back into the valley out of which it emerged over 1000 years ago. What remains in this ghost town, ...MORE
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