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Former Nomad place. There is still people living there. It's a fantastic place to visit. It's between a castel ruins and a labyrinth. The view and the history of the place make you feel in an other time
this village is located in 80 km to Yazd . it is a beautiful and ruined village near to Yazd . I saw it around 5 month before ,the old village in full view is amazing.
Tiny ancient adobe houses are neatly aligned in circles....More
An absolutely stunning place. Well worth driving 1 hour (80 km) from Yazd.
The trip was organized by a travel agency (Eslumi 00989 162545539) for around 1.400.000 for two people (whole car for ourself). The driver/guide was very good. I can highly recommend his services...More
Kharanaq is an old abounded castle which back to 7000 years ago and has a shaking minarat. When you get close to the minaret you will face such a wow view!!!
You can easily get lost in thoes long narrow alleys and Imagin how people...More
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