Abdul lazis-khan madrasah was built in 1652 in the honor of Bukhara khan Ab-dullazis which died in 1681 and belonged to the Ashtarhanids dynasty (1601-1747).
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Bakhouddin Nakshbandi Complex is the most sacred place in Bukhara. The memorial of Bakhouddin Nakshbandi has been constructed throughout 5 centuries. Its center is the rectangle front yard where the grave of sheikh is situated.
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Among many medieval buildings, Samanids Mausoleum is of special interest. It is situated not far from the Registan square, in the Park of Samanids.
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Chashmai Ayub relates to the honored “track places” (“kadamjoy”), left as a heritage by sacramental people.
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Among the city blocks, Hodja ad-Din complex, the pearl of Bukhara is silently hidden. It was built in the first half of the 16th century on the shore of the most ancient reservoirs of Bukhara.
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