Registan – Uzbekistan

Registan Islamic Place
Registan Islamic Place

Registan is the Heart of Samarkand, Uzbekistan. “Registan” is a persian word meaning “Sandy Place”. The place was a main public square, where people used to gather to hear royal proclamation, herald by blasts on huge copper pipes called Dzharchis. It is framed by three madrassahs (Islamic schools) of unique Islamic architecture. The three madrassahs of the Registan named as Ulugh Beg Madrasah (1417–1420), the Tilya Kori Madrassah (1646–1660) and the Sher-Dor Madrassah (1619–1636).

Muslim Architect
Muslim Architect

Registan Madrasah
Registan Madrasah

Registan Samarkand Architecture
Registan Samarkand Architecture

Registan Samarkand Uzbekistan
Registan Samarkand Uzbekistan

Registan Samarkand
Registan Samarkand

Registan Square Samarkand
Registan Square Samarkand

Registan Square
Registan Square

Registan
Registan

Ulugh Beg Madrassah
Ulugh Beg Madrassah

Registan Uzbekistan
Registan Uzbekistan

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