In the XVII century the Registan were built two monumental buildings Sher Dor and Tilla-Kari. They are distinguished by impressive size and luxury finishes, although their artistic and architectural merit still inferior to its prototype - immortal monument of architecture - Ulugbek Madrasah.
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCHES
Active dissemination of Catholicism in the Central Asian region began in the II half of XIX and early XX centuries. and was connected with the Russian expansion to the East.
FUNERARY COMPLEX SHAHI-ZINDA
A unique ensemble of ancient tombs (1370-1449 years), is located near the ancient city of Afrasiab. It is also called street-cemetery. Funerary complex Shahi ZindaTak bizarrely stretched on both sides of dilapidated buildings mosques and mausoleums XI-XV centuries, whose blue domes, runaway string away from the top look like an elegant necklace.
At the beginning of the XV century in the southwestern part of Samarkand was built by one of the most significant architectural ensembles of medieval East - Gur Emir. This majestic complex consisted of khanaka madrassas Muhammad Sultan - grandson of Amir Timur and later the tomb of Tamerlane and his descendants.
MAUSOLEUM OF PROPHET DANIEL
It is unlikely that there is any place where people come to pray Muslim, Christian and Jew. But there is a place in Samarkand - a mausoleum of Khoja Daniar, also called Daniel, or Daniel.
OBSERVATORY OF ULUGBEK
By the construction of this magnificent structures Ulugbek attracted prominent scientists, including "Ptolemy of his era" Alauddin Ali ibn Muhammad, nicknamed Ali Kushchi, "Plato of his age," Salahuddin Muhammad ibn Musa Kazi Zade Rumi, "the greatest connoisseur" Ghiyasuddin al -Kashi and others who developed the project, as well as improved the necessary astronomical instruments.
MUSEUM OF WINE
When the Russian Empire invaded the territory of Central Asia, in the major cities flooded the ranks of traders and entrepreneurs who are ready to explore all the riches of this land.
PALACE OF PRINCE ROMANOV
Going through the narrow oak carved folding doors located in front of the palace, the visitor enters the round a large hall, decorated with dark wood, with sinking in the iron chain intricately shaped lantern.
SETTLEMENT "MING URIK"
Ancient city of Ming Urik was the capital of the powerful Chacha. Now the ancient city of little left - the bulk of buildings hidden in the seams under the modern buildings in Tashkent. But the achievements of modern archeology allow to recreate the image of the city, whose name is mentioned in Arabic chronicles as Madinat al-Shash. The heyday of this city came in the VII-VIII century AD.