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Magoki-Attari Mosque

Bukhara

Magoki-Attari Mosque means “Deep mosque”. It is a mosque of XII-XVI centuries in Bukhara, located next to the ensemble Labi House, in the ...
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Jami Mosque

Tashkent

Jami Mosque (the second name of the mosque is Juma Mosque Khoja Ahrar Wali) - a modern building, which has a very ancient history. Medieval mosque and...
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Islam-Hoja Minaret

Khiva

 Islam-Hoja Minaret was built in 1908 by Islam-Hoja of the Prime Minister of Khan. The minaret is a symbol of the country, is an early example of...
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Chiyal Bazaar

Karshi

There is an unremarkable at first sight Chiyal Bazaar in Kashkadarya region in Uzbekistan. Nevertheless, here you can meet a buyer and seller from a n...
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Afrasiab

Samarkand

  Afrasiab is an ancient settlement, its area more than 200 hectares, located on the northern suburb of modern Samarkand. The city was named in h...
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Ark Citadel

Bukhara

  Ark Citadel is the most ancient monument of Bukhara. According to the archaeological excavations, citadel belongs to IV-III centuries. Fortress...
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Architectural complex Dakhma-and-Shahan

Fergana

 The architectural complex Dakhma-and-Shahan is a family tomb of Kokand khans. The building was built by great Uzbek poet Nadira in honor of her ...
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University Boulevard

Samarkand

  University Boulevard is located in the centre of Samarkand, close to the hotels "Afrasiab" and "President". Samarkand State University is the l...
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Architectural Complex Khoja Zaynutdin

Bukhara

Architectural Complex Khoja Zaynutdin was built on the bank of one of the oldest hauzes (ponds) Bukhara, in the first half of the XVI century. The com...
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Memorial complex Dorus Saodat

Shakhrisabz

  Memorial complex Dorus Saodat means «power receptacle», its construction was begun in 1380. This grand complex was designed for the...
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