Category Uzbekistan Landmarks

ALAY BAZAAR TASHKENT

The luxury of the Oriental Bazaar is an indispensable attribute that appears in the imagination at the mention of Uzbekistan, rivaling the azure-blue monuments’ magical beauty.

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Somewhere in the Nuratau mountains...

- Where there is a place where time has no power? - Where your soul feels good... Residents of the Sentob village in Navoiy region followed the above: there is no time, evil & superstitions, but only bright, kind, good...

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All The Same – Caravan Sarai!

If the great vizier Nodir Devon Begi got into modern Bukhara, he would satisfactorily nod, having come to medrese named after him, which is located in Lyab-i Hauz.

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SAINT DAUD’S CAVE

Forty kilometers from Samarkand is a holy place, which attracts hundreds of pilgrims every year.

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Bolo-Khaus Complex, Bukhara

Not far from Ark there is a complex of richly decorated mosque, small minaret and basin called Bolo-Khaus Complex. The mosque was built 300 years ago by wife of a wealthy Emir.

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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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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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Uzbekistan 2020