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If you can't make it to the justly praised architectural gems in Samarkand, Bukhara, or Khiva, but have some time to spare in Tashkent, make your way to this madrassah and its neighboring mosque. It is extremely well presented and very representative of the high...More
I enjoyed my visit watching skilled artisans at their work. Lovely trees and a peaceful place to sit. I liked the intricate wood working and fine detail of the paintings. High quality work can be purchased at reasonable prices.
Very attractive location to have a memorable visit with family and friends. Very nicely designed with Old and beautiful Architecture and design of Excellent Civil Structure. Very Uniquely Structured and Reflected the old Golden era of Uzbekistan Civilisation.
An old school/university turned into a souvenir shop. Not different from any other madrasa in the region. Good place to visit because is part of a larger complex, so don’t miss out. I am not sure if you would want to visit other Madrasas in...More
Nice place to visit. Spend about half hour exploring the architecture. The place is now full of arts and crafts people. Nice souvenirs and artifacts. Not sure how the price compares to the rest of the places.
This is one of the few places in Tashkent which is a must visit. It's picturesque and part of the Hazrat Imam complex.
It's not a functioning Madrassa and has quaint shops inside. Plan to spend an hour in this complex