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... Bukhara was nothing less than painful. Three hundred fifty kilometers too over ten hours of nonstop driving. Uzbekistan is currently revamping this major highway, and in the meantime the alternative route is comparable to a rally ...
... journey we had to pull over for fuel. An interesting boy fact (courtesy of Sam) is to tell you that all cars in Uzbekistan run off propane gas (C3H8 or whatever that is), not petrol. Strange when surrounded by such oil rich nations. Would hate to see ...
... century. Well, at least the buildings are similar, preserved as museums. For one whole day, I walked around Khiva, climbing a minaret, visiting the wrestler's mausoleum, admiring the intricate knotted tilework, and eating shashlyk and bread in ...
... we ventured out into the gorgeous compact and well preserved central heart of Khiva. It has become our favourite city in Uzbekistan. Khiva is a labyrinth of mosques, palaces, tombs, narrow alley ways and traditional houses, within ancient 10 metre high ...
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This 19th-century palace was the residence of the ruler of Khiva, Allah Kuli Khan.
Arang-khan began the construction of this citadel complex in 1686, which contains a house for khan, the members of his family and dignitaries.
This mausoleum is of the 14th-century poet and sage Pakhlavan Makhmud, who was proclaimed a Muslim saint since he belonged to the Kungrad Dynasty.