Fahraj Village is 25 km away from the South-East of Yazd and is on the road connecting Yazd to Bafgh. The attractions of this village are an ancient castle, an old water reservoir, a central mosque and martyrs cemetery.
Fahraj Jam'eh Mosque is an old mosque with a rare sign of Islamic culture and civilization and dates back to the first century AH.
This monument is the oldest mosque in Iran or perhaps in the world, with an unrepaired exterior. There is a bedchamber with eight columns facing the Qibla, a minaret made of mud which is not very high, stairs that lead to the roof of the mosque. The important feature of this mosque is that it was built with adobe and mud.