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Samarkand, Uzbekistan - Samarkand is an ancient Silk Road city and the madrasas and mosaics of the monumental Registan square are among the world's most beautiful examples of Islamic architecture.

Sher-dor Madrasah in the Registan - Samarkand, Uzbekistan (1619–1636)

Being in the Right Place at the Right Time - Moon Balancing on Minaret Khiva Uzbekistan

Spice Stand at Krytyy Market - Bukhara, Uzbekistan Bukhara's Krytyy Market Read more about our visit to Uzbekistan and tourism in Uzbekistan.

Mir-i Arab Madrasah, Bukhara, Uzbekistan, built in the 1500s, is part of the architectural complex at the foot of the great Kalyan minaret. by FO Travel

Capturing the light, Uzbekistan Wall I love the colours in this photograph: how the blue contrasts boldly with the orange. The way the dying light has different tones over the textures of the wall is really special.

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Uzbek Breakfast - must go to Tashkent! (Also, beautiful ikat print under this beautiful food)

Ulughbek (Ulugh Beg) Medressa, Bukhara (Buxoro, Бухоро, بُخارا), Uzbekistan (O‘zbekiston, Ўзбекистон) by Loïc BROHARD, via Flickr

The three great Silk Road cities of Samarkand, Bukhara and Khiva are architecturally outstanding, incredibly atmospheric and great value for money. Majestic mosques and medressas, and huge, ornately tiled minarets seem to reach for the bright blue sky from every other winding alley way. Apart from the members of up-market ‘cultural’ tours from France and Germany, hardly anybody seems to visit them. This situation has hardly been helped by the notoriously corrupt Karimov regime, which insists ...

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Tashkent, Uzbekistan: Folk dancers in national costume perform during the festivities Photograph: Anvar Ilyasov/AP

Kalta Minor Minaret, Uzbekistan. Just south of the Kuhna Ark stands the fat, turquoise-tiled Kalta Minor Minaret. This unfinished minaret was begun in 1851 by Mohammed Amin Khan, who according to legend wanted to build a minaret so high he could see all the way to Bukhara. Had it been completed it surely would have been the world's tallest building, but the Khan dropped dead in 1855 and it was never completed.

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Samarkand - Uzbekistan - En 2015 visitaremos Uzbekistán, en octubre con los amigos que quieran acompañarnos

Kalyan minaret, Po-i-Kalan complex, Bukhara, Uzbekistan. It was also known as "Tower of Death", as for centuries criminals were executed by being tossed off the top.

"Shir Dor Fluted Dome" on the Shir Dor Madresseh in Samarkand, Uzbekistan | Photography by Sean Paul Kelley (via flickr)

The Artisan, Bukhara, Uzbekistan.بخاري بلد صاحب صحيح البخاري