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Registan Square
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The Registan Square is the heart of Samarkand. It appeared as a centre of crafts and trade long before the Mongol invasion.

Tillya-Kari madrasah
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Ten years later after completion of the Sher-Dor madrasah, Yalangtush Bahadur launched a new construction of a combination of a madrasah and juma-mosque, which was subsequently named Tillya-Kari (1646-1660). This building completed the composite design of the Registan.

Ruhabad mausoleum
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The laconic domed Ruhabad mausoleum (“The Abode of Spirit”) is located near the Gur-Emir mausoleum.

Gur-Emir mausoleum
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The Gur-Emir (translated as the grave of the ruler, i.e. Timur) - is a place where Timur, his sons and grandsons are buried.

Hazret Hyzr mosque
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The old mosque in the Samarkand national architectural style is located on the southern side of Afrasiab, at the crossroads near the central market.

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