Including the square, the mosque, Cistern, Tekeyeh (Tekyeh is a place where Shia Muslims gather for mourning of Muharram) Amir Chakhmagh complex in Yazd city is one of the memorials of Iran from the Timurid era, dating back more than 550 years ago. These beautiful buildings were built by the governor of the city Amir Chakhmaq by the help of his wife, Fatima Khatoun. The most prominent building built by him is the mosque of Amir Khakmaq. In the north of the mosque, a field was established that is now the central Square of the city. On the eastern side of this square there is a traditional market called Haji Qanbar. Later near to this market some tall and beautiful buildings were built. These monuments known as the City identity card and all of them use to be called Amir Chakhmaq Complex while He is not the builder and most of them have been built during the Governance of Gharaquionlo Dynasty.