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Kok Gumbaz Mosque
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  • Kok Gumbaz Mosque
  • Kok Gumbaz Mosque
  • Kok Gumbaz Mosque
  • Kok Gumbaz Mosque
  • Kok Gumbaz Mosque
  • A ten-minute walk east of the bazaar southwest of the bazaar brings you to the Kok Gumbaz Mosque, a pale reflection of its architectural forefather in Shakhrisabz. This very Timurid-looking namazgokh mosque was built at the end of the 16th century as part of a series of architectural buildings given impetus by the great Abdullah Khan, which include the still-standing public baths and bridge over the Kashkadarya. The faithful originally spilled out of side chambers into the courtyard in front of the mosque, but now only the main hall and right hand chamber are used for weekly Friday namaz prayer. A Karimov quote adorns the central tree.


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