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BUKHARA’S MAJESTIC PALACE ON EURONEWS

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BUKHARA'S MAJESTIC PALACE ON EURONEWS

Leading television channel in Europe is currently broadcasting a reportage from the cycle "Postcards from Uzbekistan" dedicated to the sights of the Bukhara city - Palace Sitorai-Mokhi-khosa.

As noted in the program, the palace was built in the early XX century. Today, the walls of the magnificent building whose architecture combines Western and Eastern styles, is the Museum of decorative and applied arts.

The Euronews reporter Seamus Kearney says that at one of the main units of the complex, visitors can admire the walls decorated with colorful mirrors. The intricate patterns made by masters of Bukhara add the magnificence to the palace complex.

Many of the exhibits in this museum, including arriving from China, Russia and Japan, remind about the interior of the palace which once upon a time were on this place.

About the history of the complex, local tour guide of the museum said that it was built by the last emir of Bukhara and served as his country residence. A palace name means "the most beautiful place of the stars and the moon".

Visitors to the museum can also breathe the aromas of landscaped gardens.

In the coming weeks, reportages from the cycle "Postcards from Uzbekistan" on Euronews about historical cities and tourist attractions of our country will continue.

Jahon Information Agency, Paris