Jarkurgan Minaret is a monument situated in Surkhandarya region, featuring a simple composition. Minaret is built of buried bricks and has a corrugated form. Next to the minaret there once was a mosque, but unfortunately it was destroyed and is not saved till our days. There are preserved decorative elements and inscriptions on the minaret.
Sultan-Saodat architectural complex is located in 3 km to the north-east of Termez.  The complex is considered to be ancestral tomb of Termez sayyids (descendants of the Prophet) who came from the imam Khusayn. This kind of cult complex was being formed over several centuries. Specialists dated the start of the construction to 10th-11thcenturies. Group
Kok Gumbaz (blue dome) Mosque is the main monument of Dorut-Tillavat complex. The mosque was constructed by order of Mirzo Ulugbek in 1435. The mosque has square form, blocked by dome keeping on the sails. On the four sides there are deep niches. Epigraphic inscriptions laid out in mosaic are presented on the cylinder of
Dorus-Saodat Complex aroused after the death of the eldest son of Amir Temur – Djakhangir (1376), whose mausoleum has dome ceiling in the shape of a cone. In the past, both complexes formed a single complex and were part of the main Shahrisabz necropolis. There is a tombstone of Djakhangir inside of the mausoleum. Due
Crypt of Amir Temur is situated to the east of entrance portal of the architectural complex of Hazrati Imam. Experts believe that Amir Temur had prepared the tomb for himself. The monument is unique; there is no any analogue to this construction throughout the Near and Middle East. It has a cruciform plan due to
Aksaray (white palace) is an outstanding monument of the epoch of Temur (Tamerlane) and Temurids. Aksaray was built on the order of Temur after his campaign against Khorezm. The construction of the building started approximately in 1379. Two separate pillars of the entrance portal with height at more than 40 meters are currently survived till
Islam Khodja Madrasah and Minaret were built by Islam Khodja himself in 1908-1910 at the south-east part of Ichan-kala. This complex includes the smallest madrasah and the highest minaret of Khiva. The height of Islam Khodja minaret is 57 meters including the base. The platform of the minaret is at a height of 45 meters
Kutlug Murad-inak Madrasah is situated in front of the madrasah Allakulikhan. Kutlug Murad-inak was an uncle of Allakulikhan and buried inside of this madrasah. He died outside of the city and the wall of Ichan-kala was specifically broken for his burial. Kutlug Murad-inak madrasah was the first two-story madrasah in Khiva in its time. This
Muhammad Aminkhan Madrasah is situated opposite to Kunya-Ark, near the gates Ata-darvaza and it is one of the biggest medieval madrasahs of Khiva. Madrasah was functioning as a religious school. Two-roomed hudjras were built in the madrasah, facing the outside facade of the second floor. Madrasah could accept up to 260 pupils and had 125