The Mazda Khan Basin in Herat, a Timurid-era monument, was rebuilt.
The historical Mazda Khan basin is located in the ninth district of Herat city, which is one of the remnants of the Timurid era. It was built and used between 850 and 911 AH.
Due to lack of water and its storage, with a length of 12.2 meters and a width of 7.3 meters at that time, this pond could meet the needs of local people in terms of drinking water.
The Mazda Khan Basin, which was being demolished over time, was rebuilt again with the financial support of the Ministry of Information and Culture by the Afghan enterprise of the National Development Company, and its work was practically completed yesterday.