Bagh-e Dolat Abad which located in Yazd, was built about 1750 and consists of a small pavilion; the interior of the pavilion is superb, with intricate latticework and exquisite stained glass windows. The garden is also renowned for having Iran’s tallest Badgir (the wind tower), that is standing over 33 meters, though this one was rebuilt after it collapsed in the 1960s. This traditional air-conditioning system of local houses around the desert in Iran is the essential elements at the residential structures.
Looking at the garden and the main entrance gate, you will see the long pool in the shade of the tall cypress trees leading to the main entrance. On the way to the mansion, there are beautiful grapes and pomegranates trees behind those tall trees. This garden which is characterized as a Persian architecture jewel attracts thousands of domestic and foreign tourists annually.