Last weekend I went to Samarkand. Despite the fact that in Uzbekistan, I was already more than 10 times in Samarkand got hit first.
From Tashkent to Samarkand goes quite a decent train. On the way 3 ½ hours, the truth and return it umudrilya late for half an hour, so it came out 4. Ticket in second class costs about 17,000 soums. It differs from the first no TV.
People are with me went surprisingly decent. At least 3 people out of 6 in the compartment was reading a newspaper «Uzbekistan Today» in English, and then discuss the reading.
Samarkand - one of the oldest cities in the world.
The main attraction - the Registan Square.
The minaret is really crooked. It's not just the distortion of the lens. Place the elements suggest it to climb an additional charge. Do not offer more than 10 thousand som.
In order to go upstairs to get on these boards.
Crawl through the hole.
And climb on these steps.
Above in general, nothing fantastic, but slazat still stands.
On this main polschadi buried in a simple citizen. Butcher, who free feed the workers who built this mosque for 20 years, was awarded this honor.
Biby Khanum Mosque
At the entrance to the schedule of prayers. The first prayer in the 6-50 am. Last in the 7-30 pm.
The mosque will be remembered that in the courtyard stands a large stone stand for the Koran (called lauh). Sometimes they crawl under it, pregnant women.
If you want a boy crawling through the left doorway, the girl - on the right. When we are unfortunately no one was.
Across the street from the mosque cemetery. Such cemeteries on the hills are very much in Uzbekistan.
Shahi Zinda. The ensemble of mausoleums, is buried Samarskandskaya know the Middle Ages.
Inside - tombstones. A 5 meters from the mausoleum began the modern cemetery. Such places are considered holy, so honorable to be buried nearby.
Gur Emir. Tamerlane is buried here.
Inside, everything is very cool.
And, of course, Samarkand.
A bit bloody fotochka.
Market, as without it.
In devchenok already picnic.
And the guy still works.
Samarkand traditional dish of boiled peas with meat. Nothing quite like that.
It seems to me like stalls with a ridiculous inscriptions were recently in Russia.
Amateur corn sticks go.
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