Yazd is a fairly small city in the center of Iran. If you are in the area it’s really worth a visit, it is actually one of the only two iranian cities (with Isfahan) that still has an old city center, with small twisting streets reminding of morrocan medinas.There are quite a few mosques in such a small town, the pictures in this post being of the Jameh Mosque, a very impressive monument – especially if you think its construction dates back from the 12th Century.
Jameh Mosque in Yazd
” Freedom – or its opposite – appears in the world whenever such principles are actualized; the appearance of freedom, like the manifestation of principles, coincides with the performing act. Men are free – as distinguished from their possessing the gift for freedom – as long as they act, neither before nor after, for to be free and to act are the same”
A bit cliché, but the almost caricatural image of this very typical westernized upper class Tehrani woman in the middle of the rural inland of Iran is somehow striking