Colors of the silk road, Shah-i-Zinda Necropolis, Samarkand, Uzbekistan. Samarkand's most moving and beloved site is this stunning avenue of mausoleums, which contains some of the richest tilework in the Muslim world.
Bolo-Hauz Mosque is the century mosque, which was a place of prayer for the Emirs and their entourage. Bolo-Hauz Mosque is the only preserved monument in Registan Square that includes: multi-column aivan, domed mosque, minaret and a small pool.
Kalyan minaret, Po-i-Kalan complex, Bukhara, Uzbekistan. It was also known as "Tower of Death", as for centuries criminals were executed by being tossed off the top. It is an amazing place to see in person.
Bukhara is a city on the historic Silk Road, situated between Samarkand and Khiva, the 2 other gems of Uzbekistan. Bukhara is central Asia’s holiest city and was once home to more than 300 mosques and 100 medressas.