Amulet Hotel

Nakshbandi Bukhara, 73, Bukhara, 705000, Uzbekistan | Hotel
Prices starting from $56.00
 

Travel Blogs from Bukhara

The Holy City

A travel blog entry by ahartry

113

... now the ceilings are mostly just plaster, but, before the Red Army destroyed it, each small dome had brick work of a different pattern. Our guide said that it was a bazaar during Soviet times; her mother would come here to buy shoes. But now it is a place of worship again, and, as almost no one was around, there was a real sense of peace and calm in the mosque.

- UNESCO rug store

Taki Zargaron: One of several famous ...

No Man's Land

A travel blog entry by ahartry

13

... about a beggar who was attracted by the smell of soup in a shop. He took a piece of bread and wave it through the air of the shop, hoping to catch some of the aroma in his bread. The shopkeeper said that he had to pay for the smell of soup. So the poet shook his pocket which contained some coins and told the shopkeeper: there, you’ve just been paid for the smell of your soup with sound of coins.

Through the province of Mary, the drive was mostly ...

Beautiful Bukhara

A travel blog entry by glassmerchant

27

... own graves and were then beheaded. They was apparently quiet a diplomatic furore. The beginning moves in what was to be 'The Great Game'. On our free day we managed to catch a few places missed in the grand tour and find a good iced coffee. Then it was time for shopping at the many handicraft stores spread around the town. Tonight is is 'Plov' for supper...that is pilaff. Great Plov at the house of a Susani embroider....lovely ...

The splendor of fabled Bukhara

A travel blog entry by wenzels

29

... 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 ...

JALAL, YOU TALK TOO MUCH

A travel blog entry by tezzatravels

5

... in the Indian manner.

We could only enter the foyer of the Mir-i-Arab Medressa since it is operational. An old man made sure we traipsed no further.

The present Kalon Mosque dates from the 16th c. It had problems from the start, the quality of the construction suspect. Its nickname was the 'mosque of horrors'. A neighbourhood mosque has no iman. Curiously, Jalal read off his phone a description of the role of the crescent [moon] in Islam. It is very hot ...

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This hotel, located on Nakshbandi Bukhara, 73, Bukhara, is near Chor-Minor, Ismail Samanid Mausoleum, Afrasiab, and Mir-i Arab Madrasah.
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