An Italian daily newspaper has described the historic city of Yazd in central Iran as one of the major cultural heritage sites registered by UNESCO.
In the report, La Stampa elaborates on the unique features of Yazd saying the city is shining like a pearl in the region.
“Yazd is the 22nd historic and cultural site in Iran registered as a world heritage by the UNESCO on July 9, 2017. Since then, the city has turned into a national pride for all Iranians. The historic structure of the city is a collection of religious architecture on a vast land,” La Stampa was quoted as saying in a report by IRNA.
The daily went on to say with a history of over three thousand years, Yazd is one of the most ancient cities in the world which used to be a commercial hub in the past.