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Palast Ak-Saray, Shakhrisabz
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  • WAD's Palace is quite distressed at a fraction... that feeling, I do not know. It is a statue of Timur is remarkable. The bathroom is not.
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  • Amazing remains of the grandiose 14-15th century palace built by Timur. This is not in Samarkand, we drove over the mountains to this small town. The remaining towers are enormous and yet they've coll...  more »
  • We visited the homeland of Tamerlane in the day, when the observation deck were not allowed, so look at the city from a height of palace ruins. The climate differs from Samarkand, Shakhrisabz: City is located behind the mountain pass. In Samarkand, Shakhrisabz snow it was bright sunshine, were construction works. Shakhrisabz-one of UNESCO, so he fussed as anthill. Planted trees, fountains, soon this will be a place that can provide tourists with all conditions for comfortable rest. Demolished houses, people have moved into a new apartment and got a job on the landscaping. In the Cafe we were fed a great pilaf. Ruins of cyclopean. If so look like leftovers, then what was the Palace itself! Restore the city wall. It reviewed on the bricks in the strongman Communist Party socialism. But now Uzbeks restore. Take the example of the Chinese with their great wall ...
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