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The Grand Bazaar

The Grand Bazaar
The alleyways of this covered bazaar extend back to the 9th century and make for a diverting hour or so's meander. Many stores sell various grades of cloth that have been handwoven in Yazd for centuries. This collection forms the spinal column (foundation) of the old city of Yazd. Markets in Iranian cities and especially old cities with traditional structures have a special and unique position.

Amir Chakhmaq Takieh

Amir Chakhmaq Takieh
Amir Chakhmaq collection that is one of the most important and famous historical monuments of Yazd belongs to the ninth century AH and is a relic of the Timurid period. This complex is one of the most important sights of Yazd and includes a bazaar, a reliance, a mosque, and two water reservoirs.  Amir Jalaluddin Chaghmaq (Chakhmaq) was one of the commanders and commanders of Shahrokh Teymouri in the eighth century AD, who created a large collection during his rule over Yazd.

The Amir Chakhmaq Mosque

The Amir Chakhmaq Mosque                                                                                                                                                                                                
Amir Chakhmaq collection that is one of the most important and famous historical monuments of Yazd belongs to the ninth century AH and is a relic of the Timurid period.  This complex is one of the most important sights of Yazd and includes a bazaar, a reliance, a mosque, and two water reservoirs.  Amir Jalaluddin Chaghmaq (Chakhmaq) was one of the commanders and commanders of Shahrokh Teymouri in the eighth century AD, who created a large collection during his rule over Yazd.

The Mausoleum of Seyyed Rokn Al-Din

The Mausoleum of Seyyed Rokn Al-Din
Seyed Rok Al-Din Mohammad-e Qazi, an 8 th century mystic and scientist, founded the Rokni-ye school. According to the historians, the magnificent building boasts an observatory, a library with 3000 books, a pharmacy, and a ceremonial center for the descendants of the Holy Prophet Mohammad (Sadat). The only remains of the school are the mausoleum which houses the tomb of Seyyed Rokn Al-Din.

Jame Mosque

The Kabir Jame Mosque
The magnificent Jameh Mosque stands still, overlooking the was an expanse of the desert evoking the long history or older civilization hidden in a haze of time. According to historians, the mosque was constructed at the site of the Sassanid fire temple, and A'la Al-Dole-ye Garshasb commenced building the charming mosque. The previous mosque was constructed by order of A'la Al-Dole-ye Kalanjar in 6" century A.H., however, the main construction of the present building was done by order of Seyyed Rokn Al-Din Mohammad Qazi.