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Museum of Applied Art.

Tashkent

Museum of Applied Art was founded in 1937, in the late 19th century. Currently, the museum has more than four thousand items (wood, art jewelry, gold ...
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Registan Square.

Samarkand

Registan is a huge area in the center of the old part of Samarkand, which has three majestic medieval universities (madrasa) - Ulugbek (left), Tilla-K...
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Bolo-House Mosque

Bukhara

Bolo-House is an architectural monument, situated at the Square Registan, which consists of mosque, minaret and house, was built in 1712. It is known ...
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Kalyan Mosque

Bukhara

The Mosque Kalayn is one of the oldest in Central Asia, and the largest after Samarkand Bibi Khanum Mosque, is the main cathedral mosque of Bukhara. D...
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Memorial complex Bahouddin Naqshbandi.

Bukhara

Memorial complex of the great Sufi, asket and saint Sheikh Bahauddin Naqshbandi is near Bukhara. Naqshbandi was born in 1838 in a small village in Buk...
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Architectural ensemble Lyabi-Hauz.

Bukhara

Architectural ensemble Laybi-Hauz means «the shore of reservoir» is the largest artificial reservoir of medieval Bukhara. It was dug in 16...
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Madrasah Kukeldash

Tashkent

Madrasah Kukeldash is one of the biggest madrassah of old Tashkent, was built not later than 1569 by the minister of Tashkentsheibanid sultans Ba...
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Bibi-Khanym Mosque

Samarkand

Bibi-Khanym Mosque(Mistress) is an architectural monument of medieval Samarkand in 1399-1404. According to the legend, mosque was named in h...
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Tomb Rukhabad

Samarkand

The tomb Rukhabad is one of the earliest surviving buildings in Samarkandof Amir Timur’s epoch. The building was built by order of Amir Timur in...
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Complex Poi-Kalyan

Bukhara

Architectural complex Poi-Kalyan means «Foot of the Great» is situated in Bukhara, at the foot of the minaret Kalyan. Complex consists of ...
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