Malika Khiva Hotel

Address: 19A, Polvon Kori Street, Khiva, 741400, Uzbekistan | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 19A, Polvon Kori Street, Khiva, is near Comarca, Palacio das Cincas, and Mount Ramelau.
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    Travel Blogs from Khiva

    Day 78-79: Khiva, Uzbekistan

    A travel blog entry by colesy4 on Oct 11, 2015

    9 photos

    ... on the whole route. The city claims to have a history that stretches way back into the Old Testament of the Bible – supposedly being founded by one of Noah’s sons who dug a well which can still be seen today. As if this wasn’t reason enough to visit, the wider province of Khorezm has had historical significance that goes back further than the Silk Road and is home to the remains of desert fortresses that are thousands of years ...

    Khiva Explorer (Day 213 in color)

    A travel blog entry by cth-road on Aug 26, 2015

    96 photos

    ... in 1717, they have been killed by the ruling Khan as he lost interest in becoming a vassal to the tsar. Some 20 years later, a Shah of Persia came as an invader and turned Khorezm into a northern outpost of the Persian Empire. Nonetheless, the Russians still sought revenge ultimately happening in 1873. A 13,000-strong force approached Khiva. After initial fights, Mohammed Rakhim II Kahn surrendered unconditionally. The Khan’s silver throne was packed off ...

    Ancient Khiva

    A travel blog entry by segacs on Aug 25, 2015

    24 photos

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    We visited beautifully preserved tiled courtyards, palaces, a mosque that dates back to the 10th century and looks like a forest, and even a former harem. We learned about the gruesome ways that the kings used to execute people: impaling, burying alive, stoning, or putting into a burlap sack full of cats. Doesn't sound like much fun.

    Khiva is obviously very touristy, so we also saw lots and lots of souvenir ...

    The New Silk Road (Day 212)

    A travel blog entry by cth-road on Aug 25, 2015

    19 photos

    ... The Aral Sea at the border of Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan shrank dramatically. Why? The rivers that used to feed the Aral Sea have been diverted and damned for irrigation. The Aral Sea’s water level dropped more than 16 m and the shoreline withdrew more than 100 km from its original location. The two main ports were left high and dry. Of the 60,000 people who used to live off the Aral fishing industry, almost all are ...

    The living museum

    A travel blog entry by ralph.rydell on Aug 01, 2015

    2 comments, 18 photos

    ... the cooler evening. It is very hot and many people sleep on divans that they have in front of their homes and some sleep on blankets on the stone streets to be cooler.
    As to sites in the city , there is a palace that was functional as the Sultans place until about 1875 when Russia invaded and conquered the city. After that and the Bolshevik revolution the palace has lots of destruction and none of the previous grandeur. There are some mosques and mausoleums but none ...