Hotel Malika Samarkand

Address: Khamraev Street 37, Samarkand, 140108, Uzbekistan | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Khamraev Street 37, Samarkand, is near Bibi Khanym Mosque and Sher Dor Madrasah.
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        Travel Blogs from Samarkand

        Uzbekistan's Taj-Mahal: The Registan

        A travel blog entry by angelontheroad on Aug 10, 2016

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        The Registan, once the heart of the ancient city of Samarkand during Timur's dynasty in the 14th century, still is Samarkand's centerpiece today. Registan means 'Sandy place' or 'Desert' in Persian and was a public square where people gathered to hear royal proclamations. It also functioned as a wall-to-wall market some centuries ago. The square is …

        Samarkand: Rich history & Architectural Grandeur

        A travel blog entry by angelontheroad on Aug 10, 2016

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        After a very short 1-night stopover in Uzbekistan's capital Tashkent we take the early morning train to Samarkand. With the tracks for the fast Bullet train not ready yet we take the slower train that still brings us into Samarkand within 3 hours. Samarkand was said to be one of the beautiful cities in all of Asia and highlight of our Central Asian …

        Day 71-73: Samarkand, Uzbekistan

        A travel blog entry by colesy4 on Oct 04, 2015

        18 photos

        ... and has only recently been reinforced against collapsing altogether.

        Our walk south took us through some of the residential areas of town which unfortunately the over-zealous local authority had hidden behind newly-constructed walls to keep them beyond the gaze of the average tour group. It’s not that they are unpleasant to look at – more that they don’t fit in with the "grand capital" feel that they are clearly going for in ...

        Mischief managed

        A travel blog entry by segacs on Aug 29, 2015

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        ... the staple food around Central Asia: Rice, carrots, some sort of meat (usually beef), and various spices and flavourings. Each region has its own unique way of making pilaf, and we got a demonstration of the Samarkand variety, made in a giant pot in the courtyard of their home.

        We had a feast for dinner, including delicious salads, potato and zucchini samosas with local yoghurt, and of course, the plov. The hosts were nice enough to make a ...

        Experience Central Asian History in Samarkand

        A travel blog entry by travelezeuk on Aug 13, 2015

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        ... time. During the period, the buildings were used as centres for all kinds of learning, rather than just religious teaching, at a time when the city was one of the pre-eminent centres of education, not just in the area but in the whole world.

        One of the most striking buildings in the Registan is the Sher Dor (Lion) Medressa, with ...