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Char minar in Bukhara Featured Historic Centre of Bukhara Print

Char minar in Bukhara

Photogenic little Char Minar bears more relation to Indian styles than to anything Bukharan. This was the gatehouse of a long-gone medressa built in 1807. The name means 'Four Minarets' in Tajik, although they aren't strictly minarets but simply decorative towers. Unesco restored one collapsed tower and fixed another in 1998

© 2013 Frans Sellies

Statue of Hoja Nasruddin, a semi-mythical storyteller who appears in Sufi teaching-tales Featured Historic Centre of Bukhara Print

Statue of Hoja Nasruddin, a semi-mythical storyteller who appears in Sufi teaching-tales

Statue of Hoja Nasruddin, a semi-mythical storyteller who appears in Sufi teaching-tales around the world. Lyabi Hauz, a wonderful and relaxing plaza, the heart of city life in Bukhara. A UNESCO World Heritage Site. Uzbekistan

© Mauricio Abreu / AWL Images

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The Samanid mausoleum, built by the first local Muslim dynasty in Bukhara Featured Historic Centre of Bukhara Print

The Samanid mausoleum, built by the first local Muslim dynasty in Bukhara

The Samanid mausoleum, built by the first local Muslim dynasty in Bukhara. One of the earliest monumental tombs in Islamic architecture. Country of Origin: Uzbekistan. Culture: Islamic. Date/Period: C10th AD. Place of Origin: Bukhara. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ . Location: 08

© Werner Forman Archive / Heritage-Images

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