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This palace is situated outside the walls of Itchan Kala, just a 5 minute walk away. The first... read more

Reviewed 30 September 2018
BaghdadSuzanne
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Brussels, Belgium
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Had a quick look at the Nurullaboy Palace in Khiva when we were exploring the city back at the end... read more

Reviewed 14 May 2018
JGDynamo
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New Brunswick, Canada
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Xorazm Viloyati, Khiva, Uzbekistan
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Reviewed 14 May 2018

Had a quick look at the Nurullaboy Palace in Khiva when we were exploring the city back at the end of July 2017. It’s a short walk from the Old Town and beautiful to see the summer home of the former Khan. It doesn’t look...More

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Reviewed 30 September 2018

This palace is situated outside the walls of Itchan Kala, just a 5 minute walk away. The first palace building is very 'veraillish' with a lot of glitter. However, keep walking round the back and one comes upon courtyard after courtyard where the family, wives,...More

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Reviewed 30 August 2018

What remains of this palace is languishing in despair, decaying meter by meter as time goes by.The parts that remain intact, the courtyard, madrassa and reception hall are largely conserved because of their importance to Soviet history: the last khan was murdered here in 1918;...More

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Reviewed 25 July 2018 via mobile

Came away very disappointed after a trip to the Nurullaboy Palace. At 50,000 entry I was expecting a lot more than a few fancy ceilings and the occasional carved wall. The place seems extensively over restored and there was still the smell of plaster and...More

Thank Lee P
Reviewed 17 June 2018

The guidebooks give this very short shrift, but it's more impressive than any single sight within the city walls. This was the palace of the last emir, and it's built with a mixture of Islamic and European styles. Entrance fee is 60,000 Sum for foreigners....More

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Reviewed 9 June 2018

Just outside the Khiva walls. This smallish palace has been recently renovated and it looks like they want to repay the money they invested in a year! 60,000 to enter... ridiculous in comparison to some real historical sites in Khiva. Not worth it. Also crazy...More

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Reviewed 14 May 2018

Had a quick look at the Nurullaboy Palace in Khiva when we were exploring the city back at the end of July 2017. It’s a short walk from the Old Town and beautiful to see the summer home of the former Khan. It doesn’t look...More

1  Thank JGDynamo
Reviewed 3 February 2018

The reception palace itself if beautiful and original for a Central Asian ancient city but it would have been better if the main palace next to it ws open for the public.

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Reviewed 5 October 2017

The palace is of 19th century design and shows local as well as classicistic and 'jugendstil' decorations.

1  Thank Michael M
Reviewed 4 October 2017

This is a pleasant more modern building of the 19th century and was designed as a summer place. There are opulent dinners served and spectacular folk music performances.

1  Thank Michael M
Reviewed 11 August 2017

Nurullaboy can be recommended only for travelers who will be visiting Khiva, Itchan Kala for more than one day. The construction and decorations are quite different from the traditional decorations of Khiva.

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