Afrasiab Museum of Samarkand (Uzbek: Afrosiyob-Samarqand shahar tarixi muzeyi) is a museum located at the historical site of Afrasiyab, one of the largest archaeological sites in the world and the ancient city that was destroyed by the Mongols in the early 13th century.
Afrasiyab Settlement is located in Samarkand. Add Afrasiyab Settlement to your Samarkand travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Samarkand day trip website.
Mausoleum Aksaray is located in Samarkand. To visit Mausoleum Aksaray and other attractions in Samarkand, use our Samarkand trip itinerary maker website.
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Samarkand Museums, Art Galleries and Craft Centers Samarkand Museums: Historical Artifacts of the Great Capital of Tamerlane Empire Out of dozen of museums located in Samarkand Afrosiyob Museum of Foundation of Samarkand, International Museum of Peace and Solidarity, Memorial Museum of Mirzo Ulugbek located next to the observatory of the outstanding scholar, are the most popular.
The huge Bibi Khonym Mosque with its three domed rooms, the covered galleries and the open courtyard was intended to gather the entire male population of Samarkand city for the joint Friday prayers.
The mosque Bibi-Khanym Mosque (Persian: مسجد بی بی خانم ; Uzbek: Bibi-Xonim masjidi; Russian: Мечеть Бибиханым; also: ... Khanum / Khanom / Hanum / Chanym / Hanim, etc.) is one of the most important monuments of Samarkand.
Samarkand (Uzbek language Uzbek alphabet: Samarqand; Persian: سمرقند ; Russian: Самарканд; Greek: Σαμαρκάνδη), alternatively Samarqand, is a city in modern-day Uzbekistan and is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in Central Asia.
Chorsu in Samarkand, Uzbekistan Chorsu (Uzbek: Chorsu and Russian: Чорсу) in Samarkand, Uzbekistan, is a domed, hexagonal building located southeast of the Registan at the intersection of the roads connecting Samarkand, Tashkent, Bukhara, and Shahrisabz.
Samarkand was divided into two parts -- the native or old town and the European town. European architecture was preferred to the indigeneous Central Asian style and the administrative buildings and residential quarters took on radically new forms.
Gumbaz Synagogue is located in Samarkand. See Gumbaz Synagogue and all Samarkand has to offer by arranging your trip with our Samarkand road trip site.
Gur-e Amir at night The entrance portal to the Muhammad Sultan ensemble is richly decorated with carved bricks and various mosaics. All the extensions of Ulugh Beg's time are attributed to the architect Muhammad ibn Mahmud from Isfahan.
Hazrat Khizr Mosque is located in the south of the Afrasi ab settlement, opposite the famous Siab Bazaar and the Bibi Khanum Mosque. The facade of the mosque consists of a fairly high base with arched niches "aivan" (canopy), which is closed from the west "guldasta" (corner a semi-tower) with brick veneer.
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This photograph of the Khodzha Abdu-Derun mausoleum in Samarkand (Uzbekistan) is from the archeological part of Turkestan Album. The six-volume photographic survey was produced in 1871-72 under the patronage of General Konstantin P. von Kaufman, the first governor-general (1867-82) of Turkestan, as the Russian Empire’s Central Asian territories were called.
Samarqand UZ - Registan Tilya-Kori-Madrasa 06 by Daniel Mennerich Via Flickr: The Registan was the heart of the ancient city of Samarkand of the Timurid dynasty, now in Uzbekistan.
In the 14th century it became the capital of the empire of Timur (Tamerlane) and is the site of his mausoleum (the Gur-e Amir). The Bibi-Khanym Mosque (a modern replica) remains one of the city's most notable landmarks.
Timur also built the Gur-i-Amir mausoleum for his grandson which, like the Bibi Khanum, was intended to have a complex with a khanqah (hospice) and a madrasa (religious seminary). This complex, completed around 1404 CE, is generally regarded as one of the earliest examples of Timurid formal architecture, laid out with two public buildings enclosing an urban square.
Mausoleum of Kusam-Ibn-Abbas, Samarkand, Uzbekistan . The basis of Kusam ibn Abbas Mausoleum consists of constructions dated the 11th century.
The Bibi-Khanym Mosque (a modern replica) remains one of the city's most notable landmarks. The Registan was the ancient center of the city. The city has carefully preserved the traditions of ancient crafts: embroidery, gold embroidery, silk weaving, engraving on copper, ceramics, carving and painting on wood.
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The Samarkand-based International Museum of Peace and Solidarity is a non-profit, non-governmental institution committed to the universal human values, dedicated to the promotion of peace through citizen diplomacy, culture and arts; to the development of public awareness, concern and a sense of personal responsibility for the global challenges man faces here and now; to the empowerment of people to get practically involved into the process of creation of the better future for humanity.
Gardens are commonly interpreted as paradise in the Islamic religion and they were both inscribed in tomb walls and grown in the city itself. In the city of Samarkand, there were two major gardens, the New Garden and the Garden of Heart's Delight, and these became the central areas of entertainment for ambassadors and important guests.
Registan is one of the main sites in the ancient city of Samarkand in Uzbekistan. Samarkand was founded in approximately 700 BC and its location along the vital trade route known as the “Silk Road” transformed it into a prosperous centre of commerce.
Samarkand, Uzbekistan © Mapbox© OpenStreetMap contributors This brick mausoleum, dated 1380 and possibly the city’s oldest surviving monument, was renovated in 2015 and now serves as a souvenir and craft shop.
House Museum of Sadriddin Ayni is located in Samarkand. Plan to see House Museum of Sadriddin Ayni and other attractions that appeal to you using our Samarkand day trip planner.
Shah-i-Zinda in the UNESCO-listed city of Samarkand in Uzbekistan is an incredible complex of mausoleums, mosques and madrassahs. The most important of these shrines, alluded to by the name “Shah-i-Zinda” meaning “living king” is what is thought to be the mausoleum of Kusam ibn Abbas, cousin of the Prophet Mohammed. It is believed that Kusam ibn Abbas was in Samarkand in the seventh century, spreading the Prophet’s message.
Sher-Dor Madrasah, translated as “Madrassah with Lions”, dates back to 1619-1636. Click to learn more about the sight, its history and see photos. Click to learn more about the sight, its history and see photos.
Samarkand has been one of the main centres of Sogdian civilization from its early days. By the time of the Achaemenid dynasty of Persia it had become the capital of the Sogdian satrapy. Hellenistic period. Alexander the Great conquered Samarkand in 329 BC. The city was known as Maracanda by the Greeks.
Located near the city of Samarkand in present-day Uzbekistan, Ulugh Beg Observatory was built in the 1420s by the Timurid ruler Ulugh Beg, grandson of emperor Timur the Lame (Tamerlane). Known more for his scholarly pursuits than his governance skills, Beg proved unpopular as a ruler.