Said Ahmad Khoja Madrasah

Said Ahmad Khoja Madrasah, located in Margilan, was built at the end of the 19th century. This is one of the few madrassas that combines traditional oriental and non-traditional European styles. The ceiling in the mosque is suspended from wooden farms, which is absolutely not typical for the architecture of such structures.

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Narbut-Biy Madrasah

The famous madrasah, located on Chorsu Square in Kokand, was the largest Muslim higher educational institution of the 20th century. During the USSR period, madrasahceased to function, but with the declaration of independence by the Republic of Uzbekistan, it re-opened and continued to teach Islam. Today, more than 80 students study there.

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Kamal-Qadi Madrasah

Kamal-Qadi Madrasah, located in Kokand, is a Muslim higher education institution. As in any other madrassas, the entrance part is unique in its own way. It is a portal with tall towers at the corners. The wall is covered with luxurious mosaic ornaments. The architecture of the Kamal-Qadi Madrasah reflects the folk traditions of the best Kokand architects of that time.

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Jami Mosque

The mosque located on Chorsu Square of Kokand is known not only in Uzbekistan, but also far beyond its borders. Such rulers as Alim Khan and Umar Khan participated in its construction. There is a legend that before laying the first stone on the construction of a mosque, Umar Khan asked people if there were sinless people among them, because the first stone must be laid by a man with…

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WHITE GOLD OF UZBEKISTAN!

Our reader, today we would like to tell you about the cotton that is known ass “WHITE GOLD” There is not a single branch of the national economy in which cotton is not used. Without it, not only the light and food industries, but also the heavy industry, automobile, aviation, electrical, chemical, clothes and shoes, artificial silk, paper and livestock feed, many other types of products cannot successfully develop. By…

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WHO WAS AMIR TEMUR? AND WHY IS HIS NAME COVERED WITH LEGENDS?

Amir Temur (Tamerlan the Great, Temur the Great) – was born on April 8, 1336 in the village of Khoja Ilgar, near Kesh (modern Shakhrisabz, Uzbekistan). The childhood and adolescence of the future commander passed in the vicinity of his native city. From a young age he loved hunting, horse riding and war games. Amir Temur made 9 military campaigns around the country. Having created a powerful state, he proclaimed…

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