One of the most beautiful and largest Persian Gardens registered in UNESCO is Dowlat Abad Garden, which is located near historical context of Yazd. A seven-hectare garden with a lot of purity and freshness. A garden whose water comes here from a 65 km long aqueduct originate from Mehriz.
Dowlat Abad Garden was built about 280 years ago, at the end of the Afshari period, by the then ruler of Yazd named Mohammad Taghi Khan Bafghi. He lived in the main part of the garden (inner mansion) and Simultaneously he could use the office adjacent to the garden (outer mansion) for government affairs.
Dowlat Abad Garden has a high octagonal windcatcher, which is the tallest brick windcatcher in the world with a height of about 34 meters.
Inside the mansion in the middle of Dowlat Abad Garden, you can see the stunning beauty of the design, architecture and glitter. The royal residence is again in the form of an octagon with a pool in the middle. Around the royal residence are the rooms with sash doors and colorful glass with stunning colors.
Another room that leads to the royal residence is the windcatcher room, which is located under the huge windcatcher tower of this building. Under the cool breeze that flows downward you feel like a strong air conditioner. From here, the wind blows into the royal residence and the rest of the adjoining rooms, keeping the whole mansion cool in summer. Especially that by passing on the water of the ponds inside the mansion, the wind becomes cooler and more pleasant.