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.
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Cities were traditionally split into two, isolated one from another as in Khiva: an internal town - Ichan-Kala (the shakhristan), and an external town - Dishan-Kala (the rabad).
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Khiva architectural design in the late eighteenth century, who emerged in the early part of the twentieth century.
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The Muhammad Rakhim-Khan madrasah is one of the largest in Khiva and the most well known in Central Asia.
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The main palace of Khivan khans - Tash-Khauli - takes a leading place among the Ichan-Kala monuments.
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