Karavan-Sarai Rabati Malik

Karavan-Sarai Rabati Malik, Navoiy

Karavan-Sarai Rabati Malik
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Historic Sites • Ancient Ruins
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Monday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Tuesday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Wednesday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Thursday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Friday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Saturday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Sunday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
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Pravine
Gurugram (Gurgaon), India789 contributions
Interesting Halt
Aug. 2019
On the way from Bukhara to Samarkand stands a structure known as the Rabati Malik Sardoba – a reservoir for collection of water. This is a 13-m storage reservoir and was built in the XI century specially to supply Rabat-i-Malik with water. Water to the tank was fed by the nearby Zaravshan River through an underground canal and was kept there for the whole summer. The water there was clean and cold owing to a 12-m dome, protecting it from sun heat. The climbdown to the sardoba is located at the entry. Located on the caravan route, Sardoba Malik was a source of potable water for passing travellers and caravans.
Written 11 March 2020
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WhyWeSeek
Denver, CO18 contributions
Cool visit along the side of the road!
Apr. 2019 • Couples
Interesting little gate and ruins site. There's also an old well on the other side of the highway. Why not stop and have a quick look?
Written 1 May 2019
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OneAddictedTraveler
Lake Elmo, MN4,079 contributions
Desert Caravanserai
Oct. 2018 • Couples
This archeological site was a caravanserai - an inn for traffic on the silk road. The gate has been reconstructed. The rooms have been marked off by low walls. Its left mostly to your imagination.
Written 1 April 2019
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Me_n_my_rucksack
Yorkshire, UK5,909 contributions
Interesting - but takes a lot of iaagination to appreciate it and a lot of time to get to it.....
Oct. 2018 • Couples
Difficult one this one.... I mean, who can fail to love a genuine Silk Road caravan stop trading post in the desert !

But there is, in truth very little to see and what there is needs interpreting by an expert guide to bring to life - it's basically the very basic floorplan which you see - and a large arch. Workmen were laying new paving up to the archway when we were there and hopefully there will be some information pannels in the future.

To be honest it does take a long time to get here and unless you have a lot of time to spend then I would concider whether the albeit interesting attraction is worth the time needed to get here,.
Written 15 October 2018
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stevieblooz
Glasgow, UK163 contributions
where the desert traders halted
May 2017 • Couples
The remains of a large caravansarai that is now in the middle of nowhere. The brickwork that is still there to a height of a metre or so provides a map of the original complex and the storage for goods and stables etc can be identified
Written 28 May 2017
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Ronald B
The Hague, The Netherlands2,262 contributions
Dreamland
Apr. 2016 • Couples
Here you can the dream the history of the silk route. Imagine how traders with their camels stopped here for a safe place in the night. Beautiful fabrics, the smell and the sound of camels, man and women.
Written 26 December 2016
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DisplayID
Edinburgh, UK187 contributions
Wonderful if you have an imagination
Jun. 2016 • Couples
One of the best places I visited in Uzbekistan! Virtually no reconstruction and in the middle of nowhere, if you have a good imagination you can get a real sense of what it may have been like. Once our guide pointed out the layout, I just wandered of imagining smelly stables, dodgy trading and danging girls. There's not a huge amount left but enough to stimulate your imagination in a way that places like Registan Square will never do. Be aware that it is mostly a ruin so if you are rubbish at imagining things then its charm may well be a little lost on you.
Written 18 July 2016
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