Welcome to Meymand
Continuously occupied for millennia – the lowest estimate is 2000 years – Meymand is a unique troglodyte village of kiche (cave-houses) burrowed into gently sloping composite rocks and backed by a wild-west scenic skyline of eroded crags and mesa-like rock formations. Set around a small stream-fed orchard, this Unesco site makes a memorable stop between Kerman and Yazd (or Shiraz) and offers a rare chance to sleep in a semi-restored ancient kiche.
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