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Abdulla-khan madrasah.

Sightseeing tour on monuments of Bukhara.

"Only he deserves a monument who does not need it."

William Gaslitt.

Leisure break in Bukhara.

Madrasah Abdulla-khan, it is constructed in 1588 - 1590, - the most outstanding product of the central-Asian architecture. The front entrance of it madrasah, is issued in the form of a high portal.
The Main principle of a lay-out has remained constant - premises are placed around of a court yard. However the construction is much more complex: the front entrance has a high portal which premises with two-storeyed loggias and gallery on the top floor adjoin.
Greater sizes of a facade and a variety decorative furnish give to a construction a colourful, celebratory kind. At a bright sunlight are well visible cold tone majolica tiles (dark blue, greenish-blue, white).
With greater art doors медресе, collected of separate slices of a tree with the most thin groove, without a uniform nail are made.

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Alexander Petrov.