Silk Road Spices
When it was built by the Karakhanid ruler Arslan Khan in 1127, the Kalon Minaret was probably the tallest building in Central Asia –...
Opposite the Kalon mosque, its luminous blue domes in sharp contrast to the surrounding brown, is the working Mir-i-Arab Medressa....
A new German-Uzbek coffee shop where you can get real coffee and choose from a selection of cakes, but given its German management, the...
It’s known more for its fabulous view of Mir-i-Arab than for its food, but you can still eat passably here, though you may be swamped by...
Halim Ibodov 5 · interesting places nearby
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This boutique teahouse offers a delightful diversion from all that sightseeing. It has six spicy varieties of tea and coffee, served with rich local sweets such as halva and nabat (crystal sugar) in a cosy, traditional atmosphere.