Amir Chakhmaq Complex consists of several historical sites in Yazd city, which were constructed by Jalal ed-Din Amir Chakhmaq Shami. He was one of the warlords of Shah Rukh of the Timurid period in the 15th century. During his reign in Yazd, he and his wife, Fatemeh Khatun, built the complex to thrive in this city.
The Amir Chakhmaq complex includes a square, the mosque, Tekyeh (a place where Shiite Muslims gather to mourn Muharram. Such places are particularly found in Iran), the public bath, caravanserai, khanqah (a building designed specifically for gatherings of a Sufi brotherhood or tariqa and is a place for spiritual retreat and character reformation), Qanat-Khaneh and cold water well (or Ab Anbar).
One of the most important sections of this complex is Amir Chakhmaq Mosque. This mosque has two Shabestans (an underground space that can be usually found in the traditional architecture of mosques, houses, and schools in ancient Iran) and no minaret. It is said that having no minaret is due to respect for the Sunnis and the Shia Muslims; Because Sunni mosques have one minaret and Shia mosques have two minarets.