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Without a doubt one of the most impressive places (if not the place) in Uzbekistan.
The colorful and that adorn the madrasas and minarets as well as the size of the complex create a spectacular site.
The place is lit at night and impressive then,...More
Registan is one of the most amazing monument in the city. It has an amazing story. It would be better if they remove all shops inside the monument and locate them somewhere arround it. And instead these shops placing some other things related with its...More
Should be seen from outside both in the morning and at night. Lights beautifully at around 8pm with simple nice light show that goes on a couple of minutes.
Many shops inside, but generally Bukhara is better for shopping (don't forget to haggle real real...More
The buildings here are all replicas of the originals. There are some pictures showing what they looked like before reconstruction. Even so, they are impressive examples of 14th Century art and architecture. The interiors are now occupied by shops and craftsmen. The quality of some...More
Visit to Registan is must I guess if you are visiting Uzbekistan. It offered a sight seeing, photo of as well as shopping opportunity.
It used to be a big madarsa. Now tourist visit it and in the open spaces you will find a lot...More
Not much to add to previous reviews. However, I would highly advise that you visit in the early evening around 19.30 when the complex is lit up and there are very few - if any - visitors and then again early morning I.e. 07.30 when...More
From the very first view, you’ll be amazed and overwhelmed by the colour and splendour of the three medrassahs which partially surround this square. A trip up to the top of one of the minarets is recommended (although the views are limited). Strongly suggest a...More