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The heart of Bukhara, Uzbekistan by Miffy O, via Flickr

The heart of Bukhara, Uzbekistan by Miffy O, via Flickr

Uzbek lady in traditional clothes

Uzbek lady in traditional clothes

uzbekistan dance

uzbekistan dance

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Market, Andijan, Uzbekistan by maligoj, via Flickr

Market, Andijan, Uzbekistan by maligoj, via Flickr

Uzbekistan travel. Interesting places, mulituple tours, individual approach. Facts about Uzbekistan, history, culture, religion, cities & towns, hotels

Uzbekistan travel. Interesting places, mulituple tours, individual approach. Facts about Uzbekistan, history, culture, religion, cities & towns, hotels

Spice Stand at Krytyy Market - Bukhara, Uzbekistan Bukhara's Krytyy Market Read more about  our visit to Uzbekistan and tourism in Uzbekistan.

Spice Stand at Krytyy Market - Bukhara, Uzbekistan Bukhara's Krytyy Market Read more about our visit to Uzbekistan and tourism in Uzbekistan.

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Central Asia | Portrait of an Uzbek bride wearing traditional clothes, Uzbekistan #bridal #wedding

Central Asia | Portrait of an Uzbek bride wearing traditional clothes, Uzbekistan #bridal #wedding

Kalta Minor Minaret, Uzbekistan. Just south of the Kuhna Ark stands the fat, turquoise-tiled Kalta Minor Minaret. This unfinished minaret was begun in 1851 by Mohammed Amin Khan, who according to legend wanted to build a minaret so high he could see all the way to Bukhara. Had it been completed it surely would have been the world's tallest building, but the Khan dropped dead in 1855 and it was never completed.

Kalta Minor Minaret, Uzbekistan. Just south of the Kuhna Ark stands the fat, turquoise-tiled Kalta Minor Minaret. This unfinished minaret was begun in 1851 by Mohammed Amin Khan, who according to legend wanted to build a minaret so high he could see all the way to Bukhara. Had it been completed it surely would have been the world's tallest building, but the Khan dropped dead in 1855 and it was never completed.