This is a post about the interesting buildings and types of Bukhara. I will not bore you with countless mosques and their names. Especially because I'll forget them in 2 seconds after I called.
Bukhara Samarkand is different from the fact that there remained a total area of the old city. In Samarkand, the old town has not survived, but only stayed a few individual buildings - mosques, madrasas, and others. Here is a typical street in the historical part of Bukhara.
The highest minaret in Bukhara. Top not allowed, no matter how I winked at the keeper and showed no bills - he in any. Say a few years ago stopped to let the people upstairs, fearing for the safety of the minaret.
Burn, with the minaret of the people threw off - was such a penalty. Once wanted to throw a woman for some misdemeanor. She asked that she was allowed to wear all her clothes and they took off. They put on about forty dresses. Dress whether worked like a parachute, or mitigated the impact on land, in general, it is still alive. Second time to throw off no longer have.
The classic view of the old part of Bukhara.
Near the fortress is metal ... I would call it TV-tower (the truth on it there is no antenna), which you can climb. View of the castle gate with her.
Not a historical part of town.
The yard is now not current madrassas. Madrassah - an educational institution with a religious slant. On the first floor were classrooms on the second - the room where the disciples lived.
But this picture - from the existing madrasa. Here I was allowed to peek into the courtyard. The pupil was sitting in the shade and read aloud the book, it seems that something religious.
If the name of the Prophet Muhammad is mentioned in the Muslim holy book, then it is always inserted after the phrase - "peace be upon him." On some sites are trying to do the same. Taken from the first that fell site at the request of the Friday prayer:
Abdullah ibnu Busri said that one man came to the Friday prayer, stepping over people sitting in rows in the mosque while the Prophet (peace be upon him) did khutba, and the Prophet (peace be upon him) said to him: "Sit You do harm. "
Portal entrance to the mosque.
"Chor Minor" or the four minarets in Russian.
Stars over Bukhara.
Carpets! See what great!
A very old mulberry tree. So monumental that it has put a control box and put the lights.
Remember amateur corn sticks in Samarkand ? In Bukhara, people carry the whole headset on the roofs of Russian cars.
Uh-uh, bro, buy Pelmo!
Toilet in a cafe. Do business wherever you want and how you want. But of course I dreamed of a rustic restroom with a hole in the wooden floor.
Other posts about Uzbekistan:
How to make tortillas in Bukhara
Several board shall meet in Uzbekistan
Samarkand. Tissue paper and carpet factory
Samarkand. Mosques and Mausoleums
Bukhara. People --
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