Mir Arab Madrasa was built in 1530-1536 (936-942) by Bukhara emir baydullokhon with the reverence to shaykh Abdullo Yamaniy.
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Abdullah-khan madrasah built in 1588-1590, is one of the most outstanding objects of Central Asian architecture.
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The cities of middle ages consisted of three of parts: the citadel in front of the city (Ark), surrounding it inside town (Shahriston) and outside town (rabot).
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Chor-Minor madrasah was built in 1807 being sponsored by a wealthy Turkic Caliph Niyazkul. This construction is located on one of the neighborhood streets near the Mazar gates of Bukhara city.
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The most ancient preserved Bukhara mosque Magoki Attari (in translation means “the mosque in the pit”, “deep mosque”) is situated in the center of the city, near the Lyabi Hauz complex.
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