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Background imageImages Dated 19th December 2017: Entrance to the Ark fortress. Bukhara, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Uzbekistan

Entrance to the Ark fortress. Bukhara, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Uzbekistan

Background imageImages Dated 19th December 2017: Samsa (samosa), a fried or baked dish with a filling of vegetables and minced lamb

Samsa (samosa), a fried or baked dish with a filling of vegetables and minced lamb or beef. Dekhon bazaar, Khiva. Uzbekistan

Background imageImages Dated 19th December 2017: Christmas Decorations, The Ritz Hotel, London, England, United Kingdom

Christmas Decorations, The Ritz Hotel, London, England, United Kingdom

Background imageImages Dated 19th December 2017: Regent Street with Christmas Illuminations at twilight, London, England, United Kingdom

Regent Street with Christmas Illuminations at twilight, London, England, United Kingdom

Background imageImages Dated 19th December 2017: Berry Bros and Rudd Wine Merchants, London, England, United Kingdom

Berry Bros and Rudd Wine Merchants, London, England, United Kingdom

Background imageImages Dated 19th December 2017: Sydney Harbour Bridge from Barangaroo Reserve, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Sydney Harbour Bridge from Barangaroo Reserve, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Background imageImages Dated 19th December 2017: Statue of Amir Timur (Tamerlane, 1336-1405)

Statue of Amir Timur (Tamerlane, 1336-1405). He was the founder of the Timurid Empire in Central Asia and became the first ruler in the Timurid dynasty. Tashkent, Uzbekistan

Background imageImages Dated 19th December 2017: City walls. Ark fortress, Bukhara, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Uzbekistan

City walls. Ark fortress, Bukhara, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Uzbekistan

Background imageImages Dated 19th December 2017: Statue of Hoja Nasruddin, a semi-mythical storyteller who appears in Sufi teaching-tales

Statue of Hoja Nasruddin, a semi-mythical storyteller who appears in Sufi teaching-tales around the world. Lyabi Hauz, a wonderful and relaxing plaza, the heart of city life in Bukhara

Background imageImages Dated 19th December 2017: Uzbek bread at the Siyob Bazaar. Samarkand, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Uzbekistan

Uzbek bread at the Siyob Bazaar. Samarkand, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Uzbekistan

Background imageImages Dated 19th December 2017: Ota Darvoza, the western gate to the old town of Khiva, at dusk. In the right side

Ota Darvoza, the western gate to the old town of Khiva, at dusk. In the right side, the Mohammed Amin Khan madrasah and the Kalta Minor minaret. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Uzbekistan

Background imageImages Dated 19th December 2017: Traditional dolls. Samarkand, Uzbekistan

Traditional dolls. Samarkand, Uzbekistan

Background imageImages Dated 19th December 2017: The main gate to the Khuna Ark citadel. Old town of Khiva (Itchan Kala), a Unesco

The main gate to the Khuna Ark citadel. Old town of Khiva (Itchan Kala), a Unesco World Heritage Site. Uzbekistan

Background imageImages Dated 19th December 2017: Traditional brooms for sale. Dekhon bazaar, Khiva. Uzbekistan

Traditional brooms for sale. Dekhon bazaar, Khiva. Uzbekistan

Background imageImages Dated 19th December 2017: Registan square, a Unesco World Heritage Site, Samarkand. Uzbekistan

Registan square, a Unesco World Heritage Site, Samarkand. Uzbekistan

Background imageImages Dated 19th December 2017: Sydney Harbour Bridge from Barangaroo Reserve at sunrise, Sydney, New South Wales

Sydney Harbour Bridge from Barangaroo Reserve at sunrise, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Background imageImages Dated 19th December 2017: The Art House restaurant near Bibi Khanum mosque

The Art House restaurant near Bibi Khanum mosque. The mosque was built (1399) as Samarkands main place of worship and dedicated to Timurs favourite wife, Sarai Mulk Khanum, a Mongolian princess

Background imageImages Dated 19th December 2017: The delicious uzbek melons were already praised by the medieval traveler Ibn Battuta

The delicious uzbek melons were already praised by the medieval traveler Ibn Battuta. Dekhon bazaar, Khiva. Uzbekistan

Background imageImages Dated 19th December 2017: The Registan square and Sher-Dor Madrasah. A Unesco World Heritage Site, Samarkand

The Registan square and Sher-Dor Madrasah. A Unesco World Heritage Site, Samarkand. Uzbekistan

Background imageImages Dated 19th December 2017: The main gate to the Khuna Ark citadel and the Kalta Minor minaret. Old town of Khiva

The main gate to the Khuna Ark citadel and the Kalta Minor minaret. Old town of Khiva (Itchan Kala), a Unesco World Heritage Site. Uzbekistan

Background imageImages Dated 19th December 2017: View to the Mir-i-Arab Madrassah and Kalon minaret. Bukhara, a UNESCO World Heritage Site

View to the Mir-i-Arab Madrassah and Kalon minaret. Bukhara, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Uzbekistan

Background imageImages Dated 19th December 2017: Hazrat Khizr Mosque. The 8th-century mosque that once stood here was burnt by Chinggis

Hazrat Khizr Mosque. The 8th-century mosque that once stood here was burnt by Chinggis Khan in the 13th century and was not rebuilt until 1854. A Unesco World Heritage Site, Samarkand. Uzbekistan

Background imageImages Dated 19th December 2017: The Registan square and Tilya-Kori Madrasah. A Unesco World Heritage Site, Samarkand

The Registan square and Tilya-Kori Madrasah. A Unesco World Heritage Site, Samarkand. Uzbekistan

Background imageImages Dated 19th December 2017: Detail of the Shah-i-Zinda Ensemble. Includes mausoleums and other ritual buildings

Detail of the Shah-i-Zinda Ensemble. Includes mausoleums and other ritual buildings of 9-14th and 19th centuries. A Unesco World Heritage Site, Samarkand. Uzbekistan

Background imageImages Dated 19th December 2017: 'Schastivaya ptitsa' (Happy Bird) Art Gallery, housed in a historical building of a wooden

"Schastivaya ptitsa" (Happy Bird) Art Gallery, housed in a historical building of a wooden caravanserai of the19th century. Samarkand, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Uzbekistan

Background imageImages Dated 19th December 2017: The statue of the late leader Islam Karimov

The statue of the late leader Islam Karimov. He was the President of Uzbekistan during 25 years. Samarkand, Uzbekistan

Background imageImages Dated 19th December 2017: The Registan square and two of its madrasahs

The Registan square and two of its madrasahs. From left to right: Ulugh Beg and Sher-Dor Madrasah. A Unesco World Heritage Site, Samarkand. Uzbekistan

Background imageImages Dated 19th December 2017: A traditional courtyard of a house of Bukhara, nowadays the Boutique Minzifa Hotel

A traditional courtyard of a house of Bukhara, nowadays the Boutique Minzifa Hotel. Bukhara, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Uzbekistan

Background imageImages Dated 19th December 2017: The Islam Khodja minaret and medressa. Old town of Khiva (Itchan Kala), a Unesco World

The Islam Khodja minaret and medressa. Old town of Khiva (Itchan Kala), a Unesco World Heritage Site. Uzbekistan

Background imageImages Dated 19th December 2017: The old town of Khiva (Itchan Kala), a Unesco World Heritage Site, seen from the Khuna

The old town of Khiva (Itchan Kala), a Unesco World Heritage Site, seen from the Khuna Ark citadel. Uzbekistan

Background imageImages Dated 19th December 2017: Detail of the Kalon mosque. Bukhara, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Uzbekistan

Detail of the Kalon mosque. Bukhara, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Uzbekistan

Background imageImages Dated 19th December 2017: Gur-e-Amir mausoleum of the Asian conqueror Timur (also known as Tamerlane, 1336-1405)

Gur-e-Amir mausoleum of the Asian conqueror Timur (also known as Tamerlane, 1336-1405). It has a very important place in the history of Persian-Mongolian architecture

Background imageImages Dated 19th December 2017: Bibi Khanum mosque. It was built (1399) as Samarkands main place of worship

Bibi Khanum mosque. It was built (1399) as Samarkands main place of worship and dedicated to Timurs favourite wife, Sarai Mulk Khanum, a Mongolian princess. A Unesco World Heritage Site, Samarkand

Background imageImages Dated 19th December 2017: A nice dromedary. Khiva, Uzbekistan

A nice dromedary. Khiva, Uzbekistan

Background imageImages Dated 19th December 2017: Sher-Dor Madrasah at the Registan square. A Unesco World Heritage Site, Samarkand

Sher-Dor Madrasah at the Registan square. A Unesco World Heritage Site, Samarkand. Uzbekistan

Background imageImages Dated 19th December 2017: Chor Minor Madrassah. Bukhara, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Uzbekistan

Chor Minor Madrassah. Bukhara, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Uzbekistan

Background imageImages Dated 19th December 2017: Tilework. Registan square, a Unesco World Heritage Site, Samarkand. Uzbekistan

Tilework. Registan square, a Unesco World Heritage Site, Samarkand. Uzbekistan

Background imageImages Dated 19th December 2017: Detail of the Abdul Aziz Khan Madrassah. Bukhara, a UNESCO World Heritage Site

Detail of the Abdul Aziz Khan Madrassah. Bukhara, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Uzbekistan

Background imageImages Dated 19th December 2017: Door of the Amir Timur Museum. Tashkent, Uzbekistan

Door of the Amir Timur Museum. Tashkent, Uzbekistan

Background imageImages Dated 19th December 2017: Bolo Hauz Mosque. Bukhara, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Uzbekistan

Bolo Hauz Mosque. Bukhara, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Uzbekistan

Background imageImages Dated 19th December 2017: Silk for sale. Bukhara, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Uzbekistan

Silk for sale. Bukhara, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Uzbekistan

Background imageImages Dated 19th December 2017: Sher-Dor Madrasah minaret at the Registan square. A Unesco World Heritage Site, Samarkand

Sher-Dor Madrasah minaret at the Registan square. A Unesco World Heritage Site, Samarkand. Uzbekistan

Background imageImages Dated 19th December 2017: The soviet-era home of the uzbek writer Sergey Borodin. Tashkent, Uzbekistan

The soviet-era home of the uzbek writer Sergey Borodin. Tashkent, Uzbekistan

Background imageImages Dated 19th December 2017: Detail of a madrassah. Registan square, a Unesco World Heritage Site, Samarkand

Detail of a madrassah. Registan square, a Unesco World Heritage Site, Samarkand. Uzbekistan

Background imageImages Dated 19th December 2017: Kalon minaret. Bukhara, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Uzbekistan

Kalon minaret. Bukhara, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Uzbekistan

Background imageImages Dated 19th December 2017: Detail of Yunus Rajabiy museum. He was (1897-1976) a legendary composer of Shashmaqam

Detail of Yunus Rajabiy museum. He was (1897-1976) a legendary composer of Shashmaqam, a sort of music with lyrics derived from Sufi poems about divine love

Background imageImages Dated 19th December 2017: The uzbek writer Sergey Borodin statue at the garden of his home. Tashkent, Uzbekistan

The uzbek writer Sergey Borodin statue at the garden of his home. Tashkent, Uzbekistan

Background imageImages Dated 19th December 2017: Colourful Houses on Portobello Square, Notting Hill, London, England, United Kingdom

Colourful Houses on Portobello Square, Notting Hill, London, England, United Kingdom



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