Yazd is the capital of Yazd province and city in central Iran.
The city is located between the Shirkuh and Kharangi strands and in a wide valley. Yazd development has been around since the fifth century AH and the Atabakan of Fars have been one of the most important factors of its development in the past centuries. Yazd is located in the south-eastern part of Iran. The distance from Yazd to Kerman (the regional center of the south-east of the country) is 2 km.
The word Yazd literally means holy and pure, and the meaning of this city is the Holy Land and the City of God. Yazd was home to many scholars and scholars who had made this city their place of residence at the time of the Mongol invasion of Iran in the seventh and eighth centuries AH.
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