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Bayazeh Khor Biabanak Narenj Ghaleh Kavir Bayazeh Castel Iran Desert 05
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بیاضه روستایی است که در ۵۳ کیلومتری جنوب شرقی خور و بیابانک در بخش نایین در استان اصفهان واقع شده‌است 

این روستا حدود 33 کیلومتر از روستای گرمه و مهمانسرای آتشونی فاصله دارد که یکی از جاذبه های دیدنی منطقه به حساب می آید 

"نارنج قلعه" که در وسط روستا ی بیاضه قرار دارد با نام ارگ بیاضه نیز نامیده می شود. "نارنج قلعه" قلعه‌ای قدیمی است که در روستای بیاضه (بیاده ) قرار دارد. این بنا از چند طبقه و خندق عریض و عمیق و یک مجموعه خشتی گسترده و به هم پیوسته تشکیل شده که نمونه بارز یک دژ کویری است. تعداد اطاقهای این دژ حدود 100 اطاق تخمین زده شده است. از این قلعه با نام قلعه بیاده در سفرنامه ناصر خسرو نیز یاد شده است

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