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One of the highlights of our trip to Uzbekistan! Absolutely stunning set of mausoleums and buildings with the most amazing tile work - all dating from 1200's? I think - and maybe more recent. If you ever go to Samarkand do NOT miss this sight.
The Shah-i Zinda complex comprises a narrow street of late 14th- and early 15th-century tombs along a steep hill. The shrine of a Muslim saint, the raison d'etre for the whole street, is near the end, at the top; don't neglect to go all the...More
One of the most interesting necropole I have ever seen, perfectly restored, beautiful facades and interiors of the tombs; well described before the entrances. No visit in Samarkand could be complete without it. Relatively not expensive entrance fee (if compared with Ulug Beg observatory), bus...More
amazing place. A relatively large number of mausoleums of the wealthy of the late Moslem period, beautiful exterior designs and modest interior designs for male graves and a magnificent design for the female graves.
An amazing site for photography of countless beautifull pictures.
It is another amazing monument in the city. While you walk inside this amazing place you feel like you have a short trip to ancient times. At the entrance there are stairs and before stepping in make a wish and then start counting the stairs,...More