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Sheymus Ker, Euronews correspondent: Kokand is a wonderful city  10.01.2019 15:53

Sheymus Ker, Euronews correspondent: Kokand is a wonderful city

 The Decree of President Shavkat Mirziyayev "On measures to ensure the rapid development of the tourism industry in the Republic of Uzbekistan" is an important factor in accelerating the development of the tourism sector, promoting tourism as a strategic sector of the economy, and the effective utilization of tourism potential in the regions.

Uzbekistan is a convenient place also to travel and visit. Because our Motherland has been famous throughout the world, and our famous ancestors have been found forever. The rich cultural heritage left by them has great interest to the international arena. Each region of Uzbekistan attracts many foreign tourists. Ferghana region is one of them.

According to the information, any person visiting the Fergana region does not go back without going to Khudoyarkhan Palace in Kokand. Khudoyarkhan Palace - built in 1863-1873, Khudoyarkhan builded a palace for himself, which is opposite the Bukhara fortress. This historic monument, built by Kokand Khan Khudayarkhan, originally consisted of three sections and 114 rooms. Today, only the last part and 19 rooms remain.

The Urda building was one of the largest palace constructions of that time, with an area of ​​eight hectares. Tall buildings, surrounded by castles, are surrounded by thick walls. The riverbed, digging from Kukonsoi, dug around the castle and dumped into the sack again. The insulator consisted of four elements: the outer palace, the middle palace, the garden, and the palace.

Each section had its own gate facing the east and one arrow. The first gate was replaced by the symbolic gate of the garden.

The outer palace was defensive. Here you will find a barber shop, a warehouse, a division of servants, a workshop, a palace mosque and a madrassah and other necessary facilities. The tower is to the east. There were balls on the sides of the gate. The tent is located in the mosque and pious.

The second part is called the Middle palace, and its corner is facing the east. The gate is located at the present fountain. The Middle palace has second-floor facilities, kitchens, food warehouses, pools for water storage, velvet needs for shoemakers, weft workshops and other necessary buildings.

The third section, in turn, is divided into two. The first part is called the Palace Garden, which is decorated with ornamental and fruit trees, grown vines and palace courtesy. The second part belongs to Haram and is called the "Forty Girls' Garden". The forty girls' garden is divided into eight flower-beds. Each flower had its own trees, shrubs and flowers, and marble covered pools. Both gardens are separated from each other by a high wall.

Part Four - The inner palace is the main part of the settlement. The hillside was built on a more than four meter high artificial hill to distinguish itself from other parts of the horses, to cool, to emphasize the main part. The area around this one hectare, is surrounded by a solid rectangular foundation. The foundation is surrounded by a square bricks and a ganch blend of "Muslim bricks."

The interior palace features a 40-meter-long cylinder with a length of forty, six feet wide. The stairs were made of spruce wood, and the two sides were rising along a brick wall. Stairs were underneath. There is a substitute for the underpass, leaving the area between the fork and the gate. The official palace is divided into three parts: the court, the Shahnakert, and the Haram.

The courtroom is part of Devon, Reception, Treasury, Hotel, Engraving, Small Reception, Mosque, and surrounded by the main courtyard. Shakhnishin (a place where the khan’s office) was made up of the Khan's courtyard and the khan's house.

The interior palace consisted of an architectural building and a hundred and fourteen rooms. The number one hundred and thirteen pointed to the number of Surahs in the Holy Qur'an and the architects tried to portray this number in their buildings. Ten of these rooms have been preserved.

In the second half of the 20th century, as a result of the reconstruction, the components of the interior palace such as "Zarrinhona", "Hotel", "Shakhnishin", "Honazard's yard" were restored.

Today, the palace acts as the Kokand Museum of Local Lore. All conditions for tourists are created. More details, the history of the palace, will be displayed to tourists. As you go to the museum, you feel like you're in history. The main part of Chunchi palace is very well kept. The exhibits of the museum can leave a bright impression on the Kokand Khanate.

In March 2017, Euronews broadcast a series of postage stamps from Uzbekistan (Postcards from Uzbekistan). Channel correspondent Sheimus Kerni also prepared a special show about the city of Kokand.

During counting the peculiarities of this city, the journalist acknowledged that the name Kokand was translated as "a wonderful, unique city."

Khudoyarkhan's palace, which is famous for its unique variety and luxury decorative design, was once considered to be one of the largest buildings in Central Asia.

It is also emphasized that visiters can enter the courtyard of the palace with its magnificence, rooms and hotels with beautiful and elegant designs.

If you come to Fergana, visit this museum!


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