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A man travels the world over in search of what he needs and returns home to find it.
- George A. Moore -
INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT UZBEKISTAN
CARAVANSERAI – RABAT-I MALIK
Only recently scientists found ruins of the majestic caravanserai. Nowadays here it is possible to see the huge Portal located on following from Bukhara to Samarkand. This road trade caravans in the Great Silk Way. The Portal has been decorated by a brick which created a pattern from 8-faced figures and 3-leaf type figures. Contours of the Portal were decorated by art painting.
Only a part of the southern facade with a tower has reached our days, but about planning of fortress it is possible to judge by results of excavation. Fortress represented a rectangular construction with the party in 100 meters where on each corners there were 15 meters high towers. Outside of a wall of fortress are decorated with the flat semi-columns grouped in pairs.
The entrance to strengthening was one — through the remained southern portal. The portal acts from a wall a little, it is rectangle type in the plan is cut through by a lancet arch and decorated with a brick ornament. From the Portal the gallery isolated from the rooms which were in the southern part deep into conducts (housing for servants, stables, kitchens with tandoors). The gallery conducts in an octagonal
They made history …Amir Temur
The future Mawarannahr’s (Transoxiana) liberator from foreign invaders, was born in 1336 in the village of Khodja-Ilgar (modern city Shahrisabz). Temur ibn Barlas Taragay (son of Timur Taragay of Barlases) is the full name of the “Iron” commander. His name Temur comes from Turkic language and means “iron”. Many historians describe his character as an iron-willed. Amir Temur was a brave and courageous. In one of the trips he was wounded in the leg, causing noticeable limp, but it only gave