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ABDULAZIZ KHAN’S MADRASAH, BUKHARA

The history of mankind didn’t know any Governor that wanted to keep the memory of his name through the centuries. Abdulaziz-Khan, the descendant of the Ashtarkhanids dynasty wasn’t an exception.

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ULUGBEK’S GUIDUVAN MADRASAH

This madrasah is one of the major attractions of Gijduvan city, which is 40 kilometres from Bukhara, as well as one of the three that were built by the illustrious grandson of Amir Temur.

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SHEIKH ABDULKASIM’S MADRASAH, TASHKENT

This madrasah was built in the 19th century in the southern part of old town, not far from the Beshagach gate by one of the most revered people – Sheikh Abdulkasim. He was a pious person and could recite the Koran by heart.

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NEW YEAR IN THE EAST, NAVRUZ

For many thousands of years, Eastern people have been congratulating each other with New Year at this day (“navruz” means “new”), when Nature wakes up and true Spring comes.

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CHASHMA AYUB

In the days before Bukhara even existed, a millenium before Islam was even a glimmer in the Prophet’s eye, the prophet came to the Zerafshan Valley and witnessed a great and terrible drought.

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KOSH MADRASSAH

Kosh means ‘double’ and is a general architectural term that can refer to any two opposing or facing halves of an ensemble.

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ALISHER NAVOI THEATRE

The first in Central Asia professional musical theatre was founded in 1929 by a team of enthusiasts from the ethnographic ensemble headed by M. Kari-Yakubov.

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Uzbekistan 2020