Semurg Bukhara

M.Ikhbol 19, Bukhara, 705016, Uzbekistan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bukhara

The splendor of fabled Bukhara

A travel blog entry by wenzels


... in further ornate Medrassa Gates, a Caravanserai and several multi-domed covered bazaars very reminiscent of the buildings in Star Wars’ Mos Eisley. The stroll ended at the central Lyab-i-Hauz pool from where another short stroll took me to the mesmerizing quadruple-turreted Chor Minor, a former gatehouse to a no longer existent mosque complex and, to me, the most picturesque of all Central Asian ...


A travel blog entry by mek1


... This was followed by Turkic invasion who were also Islamist converts. Then came the Mongol invaders. Genghis Khan's empyrean spread from China to the Caspian sea. The Mongols established Pax Mongolica. The Silk Road was a beneficiary of the peace and order that prevailed. Trade flourished unencumbered by attacks from roving bands. The next great nomadic ruler was Timerlane. Although his empire was lesser than the great Khan It ...


A travel blog entry by tezzatravels


... there, causing a spring to appear. Holy water is available. I thought it was sacreligious for the Junami and the Beast to partake. Inside is also a memorial to Imam Ismail al-Bukhara. The interior is simple, all white.

The holy word of Allah is contained in the Koran. The sayings of his prophet Mohammed are contained in the Hadith.

Many people in central Asia, especially the elderly, have gold-capped teeth. It was originally done decades ago as a ...

Bukhara - the ultimate Silk Road city

A travel blog entry by joann.copperud


... guide ran into an
old friend, one of the few Jews whose family remains in Bukhara. For about $.50 we got a tour of his 400 year old synagogue. There were over 30,000 Jews in Bukhara before independence in 1991; now all but 80 families have immigrated to Israel and the US. Both Madeline Albright and Hilary Clinton had visited ...

The Scarcity of Water

A travel blog entry by eyre


Our taxi drives us two laps around the city center, before he finds the right entry point for us, from where we must dive into the little alleyways of Bukhara to find our cheap hostel of choice: Mubinjon's.

Mubinjon rents our little historic rooms in his wonderful historic house, which, unfortunately, he has allowed to become completely and utterly dilapidated. The plaster is chipping, the paint is fading, an oddly placed tree has overgrown the entire ...


This hotel, located on M.Ikhbol 19, Bukhara, is near Registan, Shahr-i-Zindar Monuments, Great Minaret of the Kalon, and Central Bazaar.
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