Rabati Malik Caravanserai
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Rabati Malik is a Caravanserai in Uzbekistan, and was constructed according to the orders of Karakhanid Shams-al-Mulk Nasr, son of Tamgachkhan Ibragim, who ruled in Samarkand from 1068 until 1080. The portal of the caravanserai - which is one of the most ancient places among the Central Asia portals - peshtak with the central lancet arch of the niche in which there is a rectangular doorway. The arch concludes with a -shaped frame, executed from carved terracotta in the form of eight final stars connected with each other, limited by intertwining tapes. The ring is decorated by Arabic inscriptions. On overhanging walls, under the layers of repair plaster, the remains of ancient ganched plasters with figures of vegetative characters are traced.
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