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We hired a driver and car for the 235 km through Kamchik Pass to this palace in Kokand. A guide met us for the walk along flowered paths to the entry ramp, explaining its building in 1871 by the last ruler of the Kokand Khanate....More
A part of the attraction of this impressive palace from the late 19th century is that while its beautifully decorated high entrance arch, four minarets, two courtyards and 19 rooms are a joy to explore, the Khan originally built it with seven courtyards and 119...More
IT is a really majestic place, especially the flat grounds in front and all around. even though they say it has lost 6 of its 8 acres of land, it is still impressive. Lovely ramp climn upto the plinth and a very intersting display of...More
Many popular Uzbek monuments have been over-restored. This is not one of them. The complex looks and feels genuine, even though it has been fixed up. The harem building has disappeared, but is included in a scale model inside. There is plenty of opportunity for...More
This palace was built in 1873 and is known as the pearl of Kokand. Restoration efforts continue today as Muslim artisans work to return the 113 room palace to its former beauty. There are some interesting artifacts and exhibits to see.