Bukhara is a city of poetry and fairy tales. Here the legends hover over the zigzag-like alleyways.
Since in the verticals of the minarets, the flight of human genius rests, and every stone in the wall is covered with the dust of eternity.
Bukhara, which was an important religious center and Muslim intellectual in the reign of the Samanids, in the 10th century.
Destroyed by the Mongols, it was restored by Tamerlane
Comprehensive tour of the city, one of the oldest cities of Central Asia. Its long architectural evolution, Samanid, Seljuk, Timurid and Sheybanide left us this sea of turquoise domes, slender minarets of, of madrasas, mausoleums and mosques with imposing facades of ceramic declining all shades of blue.
You meet your guide and driver in the hotel and visit: Samanids mausoleum, the burial place of the Samanids (9th–10th cc.) is a masterpiece of Central Asian architecture. The building boasts no colorful facades and paintings, but claims its fame as being the first Muslim mausoleum in Central Asia; Chashma-Ayub shrine (XIV-XVI cc.) known as a curative source; Bolo-Khauz mosque including mosque (XVIII c.), minaret (1914-17) and basin; Liabi-Khauz Complex: Nodir-Divan-beghi madrassah (XVII c.), Kukeldash madrassah (XVI c.), Khonako (XVII c.); Magoki-Attari mosque (XII c., XVI c.); visiting trading domes consists of three trading centers: Tok-i-Zargaron (1570) – Jeweler’s bazaar, Tok-i-Tilpak Furushon – Cap Maker’s Bazaar, Tok-i-Sarrafon – Moneychanger’s Bazaar; Ulugbek’s madrassah (XV c.) and Abdulaziz-khan madrassah (XVII c.); Poi-Kalyan Ensemble consisting of Miri-Arab madrassah (XVI c.), Kalyan minaret (XII c.) & Djuma mosque (XV c.).
• Guided sightseeing tour;
• Entrance fees to the museums, mausoleums and other sights;
• Transport throughout the city tour
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