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All the stuff in exposure in museum are related to water and making Qanat which is like a canal for water. And how in the past when there wasn’t any technology the people could cool the space in the house and keep the products of...More
Worth the visit. Very cool to see the old water irrigation techniques used in the desert. Quite amazing the effort that went into this process. The museum is well put together. Having a guide may be helpful, although I was fine on my own.
We read about the place in lonely planet and decided to pay a visit to learn something about Yazd watering system.
We had a trouble finding the entrance.
Inside the place was confusing and not well signed.
I am not sure if it is worth...More
I visited twice . First time by myself and I was lost as description was not clear and no English description
Second time I have a guide which made me understand far better and good to learn more how it was done before . I...More
The subject is fascinating but the lack of English explanations and the generally poor presentation of the material is disappointing. Without a guided tour you can’t get too much out of it but you can buy a good book on French or English at the...More
If you want to know how we made underground canal for more than 90 km to bringing water from mountains to the city, you should visit this nice and historical building which was a house for about 200 years ago
this museum really deserve to visit.people in desert had to try to survive in desert by applying many unique methods to reach the water that is vital for living.
this museum located in a traditional house and tries to show visitors the methods of digging...More