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Ruins of an old mud brick building with intact wind tower or called badgir around Yazd Bazaar. Yazd is one of the oldest living city in the world. Yazd was visited by Marco Polo in 1272, who described it as a good and noble city and remarked its silk production. The name Yazd means worship. And badgir or the wind tower, is one of distinctive feature of this city.
Ruins of an old mud brick building with intact wind tower or called badgir around Yazd Bazaar. Yazd is one of the oldest living city in the world. Yazd was visited by Marco Polo in 1272, who described it as a good and noble city and remarked its silk production. The name Yazd means worship. And badgir or the wind tower, is one of distinctive feature of this city.
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  • Asia
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  • Islam
  • Marco Polo
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  • Persian Architecture
  • Region
  • Religion
  • Shia
  • Shiite
  • Silk road
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  • Wind Tower
  • Yazd