Amelia Hotel

Address: 1 Bozor Hoja Street, Bukhara, Uzbekistan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1 Bozor Hoja Street, Bukhara, is near Chor-Minor, Ismail Samanid Mausoleum, Mir-i Arab Madrasah, and Afrasiab.
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    Khiva !

    A travel blog entry by mollyquul on Sep 12, 2014

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    Of the many stunning structures, first we saw the fortress and residence for rulers, first built in 12c, but highest period was 16th c. Khiva was an important center of learning with many madrassas, which are Islamic colleges. In addition to religion, they teach other subjects and specialize in math, fine arts, etc. The decoration of which is jaw dropping. The entire region was also ...

    The Holy City

    A travel blog entry by ahartry on May 27, 2014

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    ... as the triangle that represents "Good thoughts, good words, good deeds," the motto of the religion. Inside, three people were buried but only one tomb remains. It was built between the walls, which was devoted to a cemetery, as it was thought that enemy soldiers would not want to walk on the tombs of the dead, which brought the evil eye. My favorite story from this place: in the old days, pilgrims would leave notes with questions on the tomb. ...

    No Man's Land

    A travel blog entry by ahartry on May 26, 2014

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    ... we were queued up, a few Uzbeks arrived, carried their bags through the metal detector and were processes quickly. The guards were all very friendly and clearly interested in practicing their English. We were very friendly as well, and willing to help them practice their English. Kyla was asked, “Where are you?” In a very confused voice, she said, “Uzbekistan.” The guard smiled. Paul was asked if he had a vehicle for transport. No, said Paul. “You ...

    Ye Olde Silk Road

    A travel blog entry by marqual on Nov 02, 2013

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    By mid-afternoon, we arrived in Bukhara. This town allows you to image how things looked in Silk Road times. Although it is heavily restored, all of the towns here are made of the bricks and mud bricks. There are winding back alley ways that are easy to lose yourself in. As you look at the skyline, there are minarets and domes. Very little of the city is covered in blue tiles, unlike the over-restored Samarkand. Bukhara is the most holy city in Central Asia.


    A travel blog entry by mek1 on Sep 28, 2013

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    ... It was under construction for two decades at the end of the 19th century and beginning of the 20th century. It is a combination of european style and middle eastern style. There are several palaces on the premises which are beautiful.

    Lunch was a grand affair held in a local hotel. We had more than enough food and didn't even stay for all of the courses. After lunch we wandered through the trading domes Three of these domes ...