Islamic Republic Of Iran
100 km²
Yazd is the driest major city in Iran, with an average annual rainfall of only 60 millimetres (2.4 in), and also the hottest north of the Persian Gulf coast, with summer temperatures very frequently above 40 °C (104 °F) in blazing sunshine with no humidity. Even at night the temperatures in summer are rather uncomfortable. In the winter, the days remain mild and sunny, but in the morning the thin air and low cloudiness cause very cold temperatures that can sometimes fall well below 0 °C (32 °F).
600 Thousand
YazdThis city is the capital of Yazd province of Iran. the city itself is sometimes called “ the bride of Kavir” that why is located between Shirkuh , the tallest mountain in the region at 4075m (13369 FT) above the sea level . The city is located 270 km southeast of Isfahan with a population of 1074428 (at the 2011 census). Yazd is the hottest city in north of the Persian gulf coast and driest major city in Iran with an average annual rainfall of only 60 mm .(2.4 in) Yazd province is devided  into ten countries : Abarkuh , Taft , Ardakan , Bafgh , Behabad , Khatam , Mehriz , Meybod , Ashkezar , Yazd. The city of Yazd is in central of Iran and is an ancient city dating back to Sassanian period (224-651 AD)and is famed for it’s ancient ventilation system of Badgirs (windtowers), designed to catch even the faintest of Breezes and channel them to the buildings bellow . the city is also famous for it’s skilled Qanat or water channel diggers and the Yazd water museum pays homac to their ingenuity . Yazd located on silk road , is one of the best examples of Persian culture and oriental atmospher. Yazd has long been a center of the Zoroastrian faith and the Ateshkadeh Fire temple is said to preserve a flame that has been burning continuously since 470 CE. Because of generation of adoptions to it’s desert surroundings , Yazd is an architecturally unique city . It is also known in Iran for the high quality of it’s handicrafts, specially silk weaving , it’s confectionary such as Baghlava , Ghotab and Pashmak are most popular sweets made in this city. Yazd enjoying abundant historical sights and attractions such as Jame Mosque , Amir Chakhmagh square , Water museum , Dowlat abad garden register by UNESCO as a world heritage. Zoroastrain’s  fire temple , Henna Grinding workshops , Hundreds of water reservoirs , Wind catchers , Domes and traditional hotels.