Modal and Cashmere blend with eyelash fringes.
42″ x 72″.
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BECOME: A Cityzen of YAZD and…..
SMELL: The cardamom scented Qottab pastry in the Haj Khalife Ali Rahbar Confectionary Shop in the Bazaar
VISIT: Atashkadeh, the Zoroastrian fire temple which has allegedly been burning since 470 AD
TASTE: The Yazd minced lamb meatballs (kofte) at Malek-o Tojjar Restaurant
LISTEN: To the sounds of silence at the Yazd Tower of silence. A series of huge circular walls where the dead were left to be picked by vultures; a quiet serene place
ENJOY: A free Persian language class at the Vaziri Museum and take a tour of the museum with an English speaking guide.
DRINK: Chai (Black Tea) with crystallised or cubed sugar (nabat or ghand) which is held artfully between the teeth while tea is sipped through
SLEEP: At the Zein-o-din Caravanserai, a 16th century inn and situated on the ancient Silk Road. Enjoy beautiful views of the desert and mountains on the rooftop.
READ: My Yazd. In 2005, 17 photographers from Iran and six European countries spent a week exploring the city and this book is the stunning result.
WALK: Around Dolatabad Garden and view one of the largest “wind catchers,” an ancient air conditioning system
SEE: Masjid-e Jame (Friday Mosque) one of the finest examples of Persian mosaics. It’s minarets are highest in the country
WATCH: Iran: A Cinematographic Revolution. The documentary explores Iran’s film history through a compelling blend of archival footage and excerpts from landmark Iranian films.
TAKE: A pair of Maleki Giveh, the best type of traditional shoes made of cotton threads which let air cool the feet
GIVE: to the The Zirakzadeh Science Foundation who’s goal is to create learning centers for children, young adults, and all those interested in the sciences.