The most ancient, of the remaining architectural constructions of Khiva, is Sheikh Seyid Allauddin’s mausoleum, dating back to the early part of the XIV century.
Read more: The Sheikh Seyid Allauddin’s mausoleum
One of the best of the Khivan works of architecture - the Pakhlavan Mahmud mausoleum - was constructed in the traditions of the XVIII and XIX centuries.
Read more: Pakhlavan Mahmud mausoleum
The Kutlug Murad-inak madrasah is located on the east side of Ichan-Kala, opposite to the Khodzhamberdybiya madrasah.
Read more: The Kutlug Murad-inak madrasah
The Allakuli-khan madrasah is located between the Tim (covered market) and east Palvan-Darvaza gate.
Read more: The Allakuli-khan madrasah
The square at east Palvan-Darvaza gate was one of the liveliest places of Khiva. Here, the Anush-khan bathhouse and the single-storeyed building of Khodzam-berdybiya madrasah were constructed as far back as the XVII century.
Read more: Palvan-Darvaza ensemble
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