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The Central Part of Iran [01.-06.November]

On we went from Tabas towards Yazd, stopping at a dry salt lake and found a salt canal. Near Mesr we found a quiet spot for the night between the dunes and away from the crowds. Further along the road we slept in an abandoned but well preserved caravanserai, the entrance big enough so that we could drive in. Outside Yazd there was another picturesque clay village and a the most important temple of the Zoroastrians built into rocks. In Yazd we enjoyed the company of other overlanders at a very centrally located public parking / overnight spot, explored the narrow lanes of the old city and marvelled at the exquisite tilings of the mosques.

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