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It is a village about 70 km far from Yazd city. The old traditional buildings are preserved and you can feel the history in walking through the alleys.
If the touris mixed with Chak Chak and Meybod, it will be a full nice day traveling...More
This old village, all made of mud and straw, is a real jump into history. It is abandoned and if you are lucky enough you’ll have it all for yourself to enjoy!! Get lost in the alleys and climb on the roofs of the old...More
### What is it?
An village more then a 1000 years old set in the mountainside that has only during the past decades been abandoned
### where is it and how do I get there?
When you read this you are probably being (or panning...More
about my experience , you know that province totally is ancient. but when I arrived i saw 2 parts in this village one of them was where the people now a days are living there and the other one is that historical part which date...More
There is a historical village in the province of Yazd called Kharanagh. This village is located on the main road from Yazd to Tabas. There is a long tower of bricks that was like a lighthouse and lit up the fire so that the caravans...More
There's a small mosque where the natives say thousand year ago, holy Imam Reza, travelling to Mashhad, stayed here one night.
Around that, is totally nature and farms.
There's a medium park and parking lot here.
We dropped by here with our driver on the way out to Khur. A mud adobe village typical for this region but abandoned by its residents for more modern comforts next door. Its a snapshot into how life was lived in the past, much tougher...More
Anyone travelling to this area of the country should at least take a day to drive, stroll and hike around the surrounding area. Kharanagh is in that case a must see and feel. This small mud-brick town has been completely abandoned by its inhabitants, who...More