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Fayzulla Khujayev House, Bukhara

(4.6/5 based on 30 reviews on the web)
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  • House Museum of faizulla khodjaev, located in the old part of Bukhara is a striking example of 19th century architecture. The House was built by father Faizullah. It consists of the male and female halves. Balconies and living rooms in the House are decorated with magnificent samples of woodcarving and painting. The House-Museum has the following exhibitions: ethnographic exhibition, showing the rich merchant's life in the 19th and 20th centuries, the exhibition devoted to the life of Faizulla Khodjaev, and exhibition "Kitchen in the House of a rich merchant.
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  • The house belonged to father Faizullah. The famous merchant-millionaire. This is a fine example of residential architecture of 19 century, right in the heart of the city. Now it is a museum.
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  • very nice set of houses (for men, for women,...), with the period furniture in the kitchen, summer room, winter room (special mention for the cuspidor). I was visiting grouped and organized so I don't know if it's possible for all visitors, but we had a demonstration on how they took care of the babies, and 2 people were able to try the traditional clothing, with explanations. I do not know the price of entry, but there is a right of photos (about € 1) for cameras. As everywhere, there is no need to pay if you take photos with a phone.
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