When I first got into Yazd I wasn't sure that I will love it because it was slightly different than the rest of what I visited in Iran, but by the time I left, I was totally in love with Yazd. The Jamea mosque was one of my favourites on the turquoise tour. To give you an indication of how much I loved it, I went to the same mosque three times in the space of two days and took pictures every single time. I took so many pattern pictures to redraw. It was built in the 12th century and renovated in the 14th century. It is known for its Azari style and dominant Persian blues. It is still in use.
Yazd's town centre and gardens are also worth visiting. Yazd is unique in its passageways in the old part of the city and the dome like structures. It reminded me slightly of Fez. I was walking there in one of the most beautiful nights. There was a full moon, stars, peace & good company. I will forever be thankful to God for such an opportunity.