Museums of Bukhara
Abdulaziz Madrasah, built in 1652, occupies a special place in the architecture of Bukhara on the wealth of artistic finish and its significance in the Central Asian architecture. It was erected opposite Ulugbek and makes him one architectural ensemble. Abdulaziz Madrasah unlike other madrasahs in Bukhara characterized by exaggerated forms and lush luxurious decorating. Portal madrassas decorated with images of the Chinese dragon and bird Semurg.
Period of XVI-XVIII centuries went down in history of art in Central Asia as a flourishing school of carvers Bukhara. Bukhara acquired the status of the capital city, which led to the flourishing of urban development. In the decoration of mosques, madrassas, gates, doors, tombstones widely used artistic carvings.