Yazd province is bordered by the provinces of South Khorasan and Isfahan to the north, by the provinces of Isfahan and Fars to the west, by south of the provinces of Fars and Kerman to the south, and by the provinces of Kerman and southern Khorasan to the east. The area is 76,470 square kilometers.
Yazd is a city located on a plain with the same name, on the central plateau of Iran. This city, located between the Shirkouh and Kharaneg Mountains, is bordered by the cities of Meybod and Ardakan to the north, the cities of Taft and Abarkuh to the south, the city of Isfahan to the west, and the cities of Ardakan and Bafq to the east.”
There is no clear information in the historical texts about when exactly the city of Yazd was founded and built. However, in some sources, the foundation of the city of Yazd and the suburbs is attributed to the following:
The foundation of the city of Yazd is attributed to Alexander the Great and Zahak; the city of Meybod to Suleiman the Prophet and the city of Abarkuh to Abraham the Prophet.
Some historians believe that a city has been founded in this area during the Sassanid era, by Yazdgerd.
The city of Yazd, after Venice, is the second-most ancient city in the world and the first historical city of bricks and mud in this land.
Now we are going to have a trip to Yazd, the city in the center of Iran.
Yazd is one of the most prominent cities on this planet due to its traditional, adobe context.
Walking in this historic city is an interesting thing to do and we invite you to enjoy it.
People are living their daily lives in the streets of the traditional and adobe context of this city.
A great starting point to walk in this historic city is Amir Chakhmaq Square.