Fahraj Yazd Jameh Mosque is located in a village of the same name in the southeast of Yazd city and on the way to Bafgh. This building is located in the old part of the village and in the southeastern part of Hosseinieh.
Yazd Province is known as the first brick-made city and the second historical city in the world. The people of Yazd speak the common Persian language with some dialectal features and have preserved many beautiful Persian words and compounds in their dialect. In Yazd province, some dialectal features difference are felt between different cities. The city of Yazd, which is also called "Dar al-Ebadah"(city of religious people), "Dar al-Elm and Dar al-Amal"(city of science and work), "Shahr Badgirha"(city of windcatchers), and city of fire and the sun.
In different rural and urban areas of Yazd province, special dishes are prepared, including the following types of dishes: (special type of soup such as bean soup, vinegar soup, wheat soup)
Yazd province with an area of about 74493 square kilometers is the fourth largest province in the country, which is located in the central part of the Iranian plateau on the edge of the Lut desert plains. Yazd province has 10 cities (Yazd, Abarkooh, Ardakan, Bafgh, Taft, Khatam, Sadough, Mehriz and Meybod), 23 cities, 20 districts and 51 villages. It is bounded to Semnan provinces from the northwest, Isfahan from the west, Fars from the southwest, Khorasan.
Yazd province, like other provinces of the country, has many rituals and customs, the most interesting of which are related to the Ashura. Many tourists go to Yazd province on those days to see mourning ceremonies. The clothes of the people of Yazd province are now more like the clothes of the people of other cities and villages of Iran, but the residents of some villages still wear their traditional clothes.
In addition to textile products, special types of sweets are also prepared, which are very popular all over Iran and even in all parts of the world. The important sweets of Yazd that are considered as souvenirs of this province are: Baklava, Qottab, pastry with coconut, almond, pistachio, walnut and zucchini flavor and all kinds of delicious sweets.
Yazd province has many historical places, some of the most important ones are: Pahlavanpour World Registration Garden, Amir Chaghmaq complex and the grand Mosque of Yazd, Old Faraj Mosque, Seyyed Rokn al-Din Tomb, Zoroastrian crypt, Zoroastrian fire temple (Yazdan), Dolatabad Garden, Imperial Bank, windbreaks, Abarkooh High Dome, Abarkooh Cypress, Kheirabad Complex, and Abarkooh Mosque, etc.
Chak Chak temple is one of the most important and well-known Zoroastrian shrines located in the heart of the mountain. Every year since June 15, for four days, many Zoroastrians gather in this place and pray. Mehregan celebration is also held every year in this shrine.
Sar Yazd Citadel as a fortress to store precious treasures and one of the oldest safe deposit boxes in the world with numerous jars and closets between the rooms shows the type of use and its importance in ancient times.
Yazd Water Museum can be one of the tourist attractions of Yazd, which was opened in May 2000. This museum was created in one of the most unique residential houses of the Qajar period, famous in the house of the Kolahdooz, which has five floors and is about 720 meters.
Amirchakhmaq Square is a square that includes complexes such as bazaar, Tekiyeh, mosque, water reservoirs and tombs in its heart and is located in the historical city of Yazd.
Dolat Abad Garden in Yazd is one of the Persian gardens that is famous for its tall wind catchers. This garden, which is located in "Chahar manare" ( four minarets) district of Yazd, is not only registered in the list of national monuments of Iran, but also as one of the prominent Persian gardens in the UNESCO World Heritage List.