Amelia Hotel

Address: 1 Bozor Hoja Street, Bukhara, 200118, 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 Nadir Divan Begi Madrasah.
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    A travel blog entry by otherguru on May 07, 2015

    4 comments, 29 photos

    Le Marco Polo du XXIe siècle que je suis est affreusement dépendant d'internet. Suivant les conseils de Fred-le-tuyauteur, j'ai remué ciel et terre lors de mon passage à Tachkent pour me procurer – et un dimanche s’il vous plaît – une carte SIM et une clé 3G.

    Armé de ce sésame des temps modernes, me voilà prêt à …

    Lisa in Wonderland

    A travel blog entry by fishtails04 on Apr 11, 2015

    4 comments, 36 photos

    ... Khan, my guide book states that this would probably have been the tallest building in central Asia, and it is probably still one of the most striking. Standing 47 metres tall, it has 10 metre-deep foundations, and its height is made up of 14 decorative bands, all with totally different designs in plain brick, except for one narrow band of blue tiles, in their first usage before they spread so widely under Tamerlane ...

    The Holy City of Bokhara

    A travel blog entry by redheadpeter on Sep 26, 2014

    23 photos

    ... resulted). Most of those pools have now been filled in but other than that the ancient centre of the town is much the same shape it has been for centuries with its mix of mosques, medressas, mausoleums, covered markets etc. Not as many as there were and a stroll round the back streets soon uncovers the moulderng remains of quite a few mosques and medressas. But the Russians made few changes to the old centre - with the exception of ...

    Day 2 in Bukhara

    A travel blog entry by agbucks on Aug 11, 2014

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... from his usual path of destruction. It has 14 ornamental bands, all of which are different. Just one band consists of the glazed turquoise tiles that would later become an integral part of mosque design. The Kalon Mosque dates from 16C and can hold 10000 people. It was used by the Russians as a warehouse but became a functioning mosque again in 1991.

    Shopping in Bukhara

    A travel blog entry by ldhensel on Aug 02, 2014

    2 comments, 11 photos

    ... Imagine making all your purchases with 50 cent pieces. People walk around with huge wads of money. Anna, our guide, showed us her purse which was stuffed with sum notes and a bottle of water. Although there are 200 and 500 sum notes, they are hard to come by. So if you need change, you may be given a box of matches in lieu of 200 sum or a stick of gum for 500 sum. Any large purchase price is quoted in dollars because the number of Uzbek sum would be ...