Yazd is one of the oldest cities in the world. During Maghrib prayer the streets of the old city center remains empty. Lights that guide people to the mosques through its labyrinthine alleys play with the unique architecture of the ancient adobe buildings, plunging the iranian city into the green, color of Islam.
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