About Amir Chakhmaq Complex
Amir Chakhmaq Complex is known as the most prominent historical complexes in Yazd. It consists of a bazaar, mosque, tekyeh, and two cisterns that date back to Timurid Period. Amir Jalal-ed-Din Chakhmaq was one of the commanders and emirs of the Timurid Shahrukh, who built a complex consisting of tekyeh, a square, bath house, and caravanserais, monasteries, aqueducts and wells house when he was the ruler of Yazd in 8th century A.H.S. to promote Yazd and his wife Fatemeh Khatoon helped him in this regard. Amir Chakhmaq Tekyeh and Amir Chakhmaq Mosque have been separately registered as a national monument of Iran as well as buildings and other extensions known as Amir Chakhmaq Complex.