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The gigantic mosque north-east of Registan, powerful and shapely even in ruins, was finished shortly before Timur's death and must have been the jewel of the empire. The
In the Middle Ages this square was the central market place. Later on, Timur built here his big bazaar. It was also here that the public executions were held. In fact
In Samarkand you must see the Gur Emir Mausoleum. (Gur Emir means the grave of the Emir) This building dates from 1404. Timur built this mausoleum for his sons and
The most moving of samarkand's sights is the street of tombs east of Bibi Kahnym. The name which means Tombs of The leaving King, refers to its original, innermost and