Let’s stop for another while in Samarkand, maybe she’ll forgive us for staying so short?

There’s a reason why it’s considered the most magical and charming city in Central Asia. I need to stop talking now and let the pictures tell you the story.

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Gur-e-Amir mausoleum

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Registan complex – Samarkand’s main attraction

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One of Registan’s three madrasas

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Very friendly Uzbek women

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The ceiling of Tillja Kari madrasa looks like a fairy tale kaleidoscope

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If shopping for Christmas decorations – come to Uzbekistan!

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The domes of Bibi Chanum – the Friday mosque

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The unearthly necropolis, Shah-i-Zinda

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And one last view of Registan by night…

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