Meybod (Iran)

Meybod is a desert city in Yazd Province, Iran. It is an ancient city that goes back to pre-Islamic arena and, hence, is the home to many ancient points of interests. Meybod was the capital of Iran during the Mozaffarid period. One of the oldest castles in Iran is Narin ghaleh in Meybod, which dates back from the Sassanid period. Chaparkhaneh and Karvansaraye Abbasi are some other examples of the historical buildings from Safavid era.

The twenty closest neighbours in the database:

Yazd (Iran) (55 km), Nain (Iran) (110 km), Isfahan (Iran) (224 km), Persepolis and Naqsh-e Rustam (279 km), Shiraz (Iran) (325 km), Tehran (Iran) (452 km), Dubai (United Arab Emirates (788 km), Abu Dhabi (United Arab Emirates) (866 km), Baku (Azerbaijan) (978 km), Temple of Dendera (2,176 km), Cairo (Egypt) (2,177 km), Temples of Karnak (2,196 km), Temple of Luxor (2,198 km), Temple of Queen Hatshepsut (2,200 km), Temple of Edfu (2,212 km), Temple of Kom Ombo (2,233 km), Assuan (Egypt) (2,254 km), Temple of Philae (2,259 km), Temples of Kalabscha (2,288 km), Temples of Wadi es-Sebua (2,358 km)

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