Architectural Image of Bukhara in the XVI-Early XX Centuries

Oktamjon Ergashevich Abdullaev


In the 16th century, the types of architectural structures were improved, many public buildings and structures (caravanserais, bridges, cisterns, baths in cities, time and other stalls) were built, the history and appearance of monumental buildings were changed. The city of Bukhara is surrounded by a thick and high wall (up to 10 meters) with city gates. Large buildings used the traditions of folk architecture, and monumental buildings began to be built outside the city.


Caravanserai; Bridge; Cistern; Bath; Mountain; Building; Minaret; Shopping Mall; Madrasa; Mosque; Minaret; Architect

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