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SHAH-I-ZINDA

Shah-i-Zinda (Persian: شاه زنده meaning “The Living King”) Ensemble is one of the world-known necropolis of Central Asia, which is situated in the north-eastern part of Samarkand in Uzbekistan.

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RUKHABAD

When we reached Rukhabad, we heard an amazing prayer – azan. Azanchi was calling all believers for praying, its sound filled the whole Gur- Emir Square.

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ZAAMIN MUSEUM

Many interesting finds have been transferred to the Zaamin Local History Museum, which this year opened its doors - renovated, after reconstruction.

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CHOR BAKR

In 970 Imam Sayid Abu Bakr and his three brothers Fazl, Ahmed and Hamed, all direct descendents of the Prophet, were laid to rest in the village of Sumitan, seven kilometres west of Bukhara.

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SITORAI MOKHI-KHOSA

Popularly known as the Emir’s Summer Palace in Bukhara, this charming and nauseating collection of dwellings and state rooms was built by the Russians in 1911 for the last Emir Alim Khan

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ANCIENT FORMS OF BUKHARA COPPERWARE

If metal working has appeared later than ceramics, then not for much. And indeed, chasing surpasses all other types of crafts according to age. It is the oldest type of applied art, and the most magnificent specimens of it can be found in Bukhara.

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Fergana Knives Breed

Chust knife is a well-known word combination in Russia and abroad. It seems that there is no difference what knife one uses to chop carrots for pilaf, a national Uzbek knife or a Japanese ceramic kitchen knife.

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Dolores Travel

Uzbekistan 2020