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Jame Mosque of Yazd, Yazd

Categories: Landmarks, Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
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4.5/5 based on 180+ reviews on the web
Detailed mosaics and intricate brick work mark Jame Mosque of Yazd, a prime example of Persian Azari-style architecture. You may recognize this 12th-century mosque from its picture on Iran's 200-rial banknote. Built on the site of a Sassanid fire temple and adorned with colorful tiles and bricks, this mosque remains one of the most important landmarks in the region. Plan your visit to Jame Mosque of Yazd and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Yazd trip builder.
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  • I did not go into the Mosque, since it was during the celebration of Hussein. Around the mosque, it is lively with many stores and kids selling all kinds of stuff. There are a few coffee shops around ...  read more »
  • Majestic gateway of this mosque which no longer holds this role. It is located in the heart of the old town and the area is very lively.
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  • Very beautiful mosque, decorated with stalactites as well at the entrance in the mehrab, beautiful tiles blue, turquoise, large yard, 2 minarets, dome. A visit without fault.
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  • Yazd is an extraordinary city. it has kept its old form and is far from the modern rush and filth.
  • Free access with great tiling work on the minarets and the blue dome. The mosque dressed in another mood when the decorative lights turned on after sunset.
  • Very special mosque, l met with a group of university student there,they are pretty and warming. Few visitors,but enjoyable,like you lost in the dream
  • Awesome.....
  • I love the blue lights. Looks surreal at night.
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