08:30 Meeting with the guide at the hotel. Walking tour:
ARK Fortress (IV BC - XIX c) - a protected citadel, which housed the emir's palace, mint, mosques, squares and even a prison.
Bolo House Mosque (1712) - amazing wooden columns at the entrance to the mosque are in harmony with the nearby artificial pond.
The mausoleum of Chashma Ayub ("The Source of Job") - built near the holy spring, has a rich history and is shrouded in legends. The building also houses a water museum.
The Mausoleum of the Samanids (IX - X centuries) is the first building of a similar shape in Central Asia. It's decorated with a unique masonry of burnt bricks.
Lunch at the restaurant.
After lunch, continue the tour:
The Poikalyan Complex (XII - XVI centuries) is a visiting card of Bukhara. An architectural assembly consisting of the Kalyan Cathedral mosque, Miri Arab madrasah and Kalyan Minaret. The complex impresses with the beauty and refinement of forms both from the outside and from the inside.
Trading Domes – three covered pavilions, built in the XVI century and still operating.
Ulugbek Madrasah and Abdul Azizkhan Madrasah are paired madrasahs that are located opposite each other.
Magokiattari Mosque – almost completely burned down during a fire in 937, the mosque was restored in the 12th century
The Lyabi-House complex (XVI-XVII centuries) is a center of attraction for guests and residents of the city. In the center of the square there is a pond "house", which gives coolness in the summer heat. And on three sides it is framed by ancient madrasahs and khanaka.