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a man standing in the doorway of a building with blue and green tiles on it
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Samarkand, Uzbekistan. PIcture by Oliver Varney
the side of a tall building with blue and green designs on it
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an intricately designed building with blue and white tiles on the outside, against a bright blue sky
Ouzbékistan bleu et brique - LANKAART
Ouzbékistan bleu et brique - LANKAART
the entrance to an ornate building with blue and yellow tiles on it's walls
la puerta, the door, die Tür
la puerta, the door, die Tür | Palace of Khudáyár Khán, Koka… | Flickr
an aerial view of a large building with two minalis in the middle and green lawns on both sides
Ташкент с высоты — самый большой город в Средней Азии
an old building with a clock tower in the middle
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an ornate building with blue and white tiles on it
an ornate blue and gold building with arabic writing on it
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Bibi-Khanym Mosque - Samarkand - Uzbekistan
a large green and white building under a blue sky with clouds in the back ground
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suzani: “ Kalta Minor Minaret, Itchan Kala - Khiva, Uzbekistan. ”
the interior of an ornate building with blue and white designs on it's walls
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a large statue with a man holding a hat and an umbrella on top of it
Uzbek Soviet Socialist Republic. Stella metallurgist at the entrance to the city of Bekabad, in the Tashkent region, Uzbekistan. Bekabad began to develop intensively after the construction of a metallurgical plant in 1944 , which is now called "Uzmetkombinat" . This is the only ferrous metallurgy enterprise in Uzbekistan operating on scrap metal.Bekabad originally arose in connection with a cement plant. It received the status of a city in 1945. Until 1964, the city was known as Begovat.