Lord Curzon could not have been more closer to truth when setting his eyes upon the breathtaking monument he exclaimed that it was the noblest square in the whole world. I seriously did not mind the renovation and refurbishing that the uzbek state did to take the square half a century back to its original grandeur. It shames any other monument for the sheer magnitude of the intricate tile work executed so painstakingly on such a massive scale. Visiting it wsa perhaps one of the best things i did in my life.
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