Abdullazizkhan Madrasah in Bukhara
Madrasah Abdullazizkhan in Bukhara was built in 1652 in honor of the Bukhara Khan Abdullaziz from the Ashtarhanid dynasty. This building was erected near the Ulugbek Madrasa.
Madrasah Abdullazizkhan occupies a special place among the monuments of Bukhara on the wealth of artistic decoration. This ensemble was created by the best architects of its time. The complex was built in the period of the maximum flourishing of art, the construction of large buildings.
This ensemble was created by the best architects of their time. The complex was built in the period of the maximal flowering of art, erection of the large buildings. The madrasah has dimensions 50x67 m and the area of the courtyard is 28x35m.
Located on the second floor auditorium, designed for the study, arouses the admiration for its arrangement and design. A well lined library of madrasah also impresses by its beauty which arouses the admiration of the visitor.