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The complex is the top Tashkent historic site and Islamic center.Thoroughly restored in 2007, the edifices of the complex, with the earliest of them dating back to the 16 century, show their original splendor now.Very rich in ornaments, the mosque is called ‘a mosque of 40 pillars’ because all its 20 pillars, decorated with beautiful engravings, are reflected in the pond.Next, you go to the Ark, the impressive Bukhara citadel (6 c.). It is hard to imagine that just 100 years ago they still beheaded criminals on the square before the citadel and its dungeons were full of inmates suffering from poisonous insects.You can also take a look at the statue of a man riding his donkey there.It is Nasreddin, the legendary medieval Central Asian folk character, famed for his wit and humor.You also see Ulugbek Madrasah, built in 1417 by order of Ulugbek, Tamerlan’s grandson, the famous mathematician and astronomer called ‘a scientist on the throne’, and then Lab-i Hauz Complex (1568-1622) consisting of Kukeldash Madrasah (1568-1569), a khanaka monastery and hospice for Sufi travelers (1622) and Nadir Divan-Begi Madrasah (1622).
They are still used for retail sale and offer an abundance of souvenirs and other traditional merchandise: garments, old Bukhara coins, jewelry. Samarkand is probably the best-known Uzbekistan’s historic city.The groups cover the rest of the tour (Bukhara - Samarkand - Tashkent) together. After lunch continuation of sightseeing program in Tashkent: museum of Applied Arts, Independence Square and Amir Temur Square. After you have relaxed and freshened up after your flight, you set out on a guided sightseeing tour of the city.Choose Uzbekistan tour package suitable to you by clicking on the corresponding tab (5 or 8 days) upon scrolling down. First you go to Tashkent’s Old City to see Khazrati Imam Architectural Complex (also Hast Imam), consisting of Barak-Khan Madrasah, Tilla Sheikh Mosque, Muyi Muborak Madrasah, Kaffal Shashi Mausoleum (also spelled Kaffal Ash-Shashi), Namazgoh Mosque and the new Khazrati Imam Mosque.Samarkand occupied a key position on the caravan routes between China and Europe.Its favourable situation on the junction of caravan routes made Samarkand the centre of trade and cultural exchange.