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All reviews four minarets souvenir shop residential area little gem small fee right direction look closely special building bit difficult to find name means narrow lanes minute visit unique structure central asia worth a stop ten minutes small mosque
Chor Minor means 4 minarets and this world heritage site is tucked away in a lane close to Lyabi-hauz. It’s really small in terms of size and besides a local souvenir shop there is nothing much to see here.
But the minaret with its blue...More
After all the amazing, huge buildings this is a lovely little surprise, I think I liked this the most in Bukhara as it is very simple but certainly makes a statement! You can climb up to the balcony but it can get busy; you have...More
This was a little hard to find as the sign posts ran out but it is located in a square a couple of hundred meters from the center of the old city. It is well worth the walk as it is a charming building. Now...More
The chor minor is one of the most recognisable of the many ancient structures in Bukhara. We visited this site by taking the bus to Nisomi Street and walking through the eastern entrance to the old city. The narrow streets are a maze, but there...More
Chor Minar (some said Char Minar) was a fascinating construction and was once the gatehouse to a much more significant Madressah, long since gone. The building dates back to 1807. It sits a few streets back from the main road and access is via a...More
One has to go through a maze of alleys to reach this photogenic little Chor Minor. The name means ‘four minarets’ in Tajik. This is one of the most recognizable monuments of Bukhara. It is believed that the Chor Minor has its roots in Southern...More