Yazd

city, central Iran. The city dates from the 5th century and was described as the `noble city of Yazd` by Marco Polo. It stands on a mostly barren, ...
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Yazd

religious sect, found primarily in the districts of Mosul, Iraq; Diyarbakr, Tur.; Aleppo, Syria; Armenia and the Caucasus region; and in parts of ... [1 related articles]
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Yazd

Yazd (yäzd) , city (1991 pop. 275,298), capital of Yazd prov., central Iran, in a desert region. The city is known for its elaborate silk products and remains a center for silk weaving. Grain, fruit, vegetables, and nuts are grown, and underground water tunnels exist in the city. Yazd is at the...
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