The city that was described as the " noble city of Yazd " by Marco Polo, the famous Venetian merchant, and adventurer, who traveled Europe and Asia for many years and sill this old city is located in the middle of Iran about 270 km southeast of Isfahan a wonderful place worth visiting. Yazd city is an exceptionally good example of a traditional human settlement which is representative of the interaction of man and nature in a desert environment with its backed clay bricks architecture, city has escaped the modernization which is responsible for destroying many traditional towns around the world, the qanat way system, old and traditional houses, mosques, Zoroastrian temples synagogues, bazaars, old hammams, Dolat-Abad historical garden, and many more interesting sights still in their original states. Since the Sasanian era, Yazd has been famous for beautiful silky textile manufacturers that were rivaled in later periods The city is still a major center of silk weaving that is still available around the city. Yazd still inhabits Zoroastrians whom their ancestors had to flee toward Yazd and Kerman after Muslim Arabs invaded and conquered Iran, and the city is now the last most populated center of Zoroastrianism in Iran.
With its numerous badgirs (windtowers) rising above a labyrinth of adobe roofs, the historic old city of Yazd is one of the oldest towns on earth.
The Tower of Silence or the Zoroastrian Crypt contains two hollow stone towers called the older one by its creator.
As a Persian garden, Dowlat Abad Garden is well-known for its high windcatcher. This garden is located in Chahar Menar (four Minarets) quarter in Yazd.
The Zoroastrian Fire Temple, also known as Yazd/Bahram/Behram Ateshkadeh, is a temple in Yazd, to the west of Yazd in Iran.