Kosh-Madrasah ensemble
This architectural complex consists of two majestic madrassas, standing side by side. The facades of these buildings face each other. Hence the name - Kosh-madrassah, which is translated into Russian as "double madrasas". This ensemble - piece of architecture of the 16th century. The first madrasah, named after the Modari Khan, dates back to 1566 built year, while the second building - madrassas Abdullah Khan - began to build two decades later. Its construction proceeded in the period from 1588 to 1590 years.

Location

Information table

Category

Mosques and madrasas

Region

Bukhara region, Bukhara city

Address

Mirdustim Street

Landmark

Ploshhad pamjati (Memory Square)

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