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I mistakenly thought it was a mosque. No, it is a museum. Although the building doesn’t have a historical value, but it is very beautiful, especially the decoration. I don’t know much about the history of Uzbekistan, but even though I could enjoy viewing the...More
The Amir Timur Museum in Tashkent is full of great information to get you more knowledgeable about Uzbekistan. Beautiful set-up, well cared for displays and exhibits, we were able to convince the man charging admissions that we were from St Petersburg and our jumble of...More
It's worth the admission fee just to see the grand foyer with the best chandelier in all of Uzbekistan. I wouldn't bother with the photo permit. By the time they approach you about it, the deed will have already be done, you claim ignorant tourist,...More
The life and times of Tamerlane is an amazing story. This museum falls well short of doing the story justice. There are not a lot of exhibits and there is no story weaved around the exhibits. The upside of the museum is the spectacular interior....More
The contend of the museum was ok but the building was superb. You need to pay to take pictures and they are awake here. It is worth the cost and you will not regret it. There are two floors and it will not are you...More