Mehrpadin Historical Complex is in the heart of a land remembered by Khosrow I (Anoushirvan) ‘s daughter in the historical garden city of Mehriz in Yazd province, each of which has fascinating and audible narratives.
The stories are about the slaughterhouse, victims of the Mongol invasion to the Husseiniyya, which was once a defensive fortress. Mehrpadin Historical Complex is about the historical garden city of the ancient land of Yazd, located in the central plateau of Iran. A land where the presence of valuable historical monuments in all parts of the country and recent years, the discovery of old objects and cemeteries belonging to pre-Islamic times in the archaeological excavations of the Parthian site of Madvar village (Gharbalbiz), shows an ancient civilization in this area. Mehriz was called “Mehrgerd” and then Mehrijerd, and its construction is attributed to “Mehrnegar,” the daughter of Khosrow I.
In the book of the modern history of Yazd, Mehrpadin Historical Complex is what Khosrow I left for her daughter. Shah Ghobad died, and Khosrow I ascended to the throne, and justice spread all over the world. He had two children. Khosrow I gave Yazd to Mehrnegar. Mehrnegar founded an aqueduct in Mehrigerd and named it Mehrpadin, and in that place, she built a great neighborhood called Mehrabad.
Mehrpadin Historical Complex is a historical neighborhood and its oldest part goes back to the eighth century AH and the patriarchal period (local government of Al-Muzaffar) in Yazd.
The Mehrpadin Historical Complex, with a bath, mill, Hosseinieh, and a part called the slaughterhouse, is one of the attractions of this historical and heritage of Khosrow I that attracts many tourists and travelers every year.
The complex includes the Grand Mosque (The dome of the mosque is in the form of knots and brick and its diameter is 13.5 meters and its height is about 8 meters), a castle, a bath, water storage, Hosseinieh, a bazaar, and many old brick houses with beautiful skylights and windcatchers.