Hotel Legende

Address: Rue Mirzo Oulougbek 48/62, Samarkand, 703054, Uzbekistan | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Rue Mirzo Oulougbek 48/62, Samarkand, is near Bibi Khanym Mosque and Sher Dor Madrasah.
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      Travel Blogs from Samarkand

      Samarkand, In the footsteps of Timur

      A travel blog entry by redheadpeter on Sep 22, 2014

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      ... of winter and the pass across the mountains was snowbound so he was buried here.
      10 minutes walk away is the Registan. described by Lord Curzon as 'the noblest public square in the world'. The square is bounded on three sides by medressas, Islamic schools. The earliest was built by Ulugbek in 1420 The other two date to the 17th century.
      Beyond the Rgistan is the remains of a huge mosque built on the initiative of Timur's wife (the story is the architect took a fancy ...

      Yes We Samarcand!

      A travel blog entry by turas on Sep 14, 2014

      31 photos

      ... on our itinerary. A wholly Uzbek ass, head proudly cocked and passing at an impressive trot, was the most noteworthy event. It mattered little to me, though, for my mind was occupied with musings on our destination.
      This was the site of the observatory of Mīrzā Muhammad Tāraghay bin Shāhrukh, better known as Ulugh Beg, astronomer, mathematician and Timurid ruler. His grandfather may have been a military genius and a ...

      The Golden Road to Samarkand

      A travel blog entry by yakking_mad on Aug 05, 2014

      ... we've driven seems so small until we look at it on a map and realise we've gone nearly a quarter of the way around the globe. The places we've been through have been a real mix of those we know and anticipate arriving at and those which we had no idea existed until simply rocking up there and reading the Lonely Planet blurb on it. It is this combination of the known and unknown which for me has made the trip so interesting, seeing in the flesh places that for years I've read about in books or the news. ...

      The City at the Center of the World

      A travel blog entry by ahartry on May 29, 2014

      93 photos

      ... edge of the cemetery. The sun came out for the first time today, and it was hot. When we arrived, the guard crossed his arms in a large X, indicating that the site was closed. We were disappointed, but then we learned that the mausoleum of Timur was open, so we hiked back up the hill then through the city to Timur’s grave.

      And, indeed, the mausoleum was open. We received a helpful lecture on the battles of Tamerlane, which was interesting, then entered ...

      Samarkand City of Timur

      A travel blog entry by glassmerchant on May 14, 2014

      15 photos

      ... the mosque. The Bibi-khanym was built by Timur's Chinese wife but it was poorly constructed and since it was completed has been a dangerous place to pray as bits fall off it frequently.



      After a break it is on to the show piece centre of town, the Registan. Here 3 large madrasahs face each other across a large square. Marvellously directorated inside and out they are an incredible survival from a ...