Shah-i-Zinda. Mausoleum in Samarkand, Uzbekistan

Shah-i-Zinda

Mausoleum in Samarkand, Uzbekistan

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Shah-i-Zinda

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Shah-i-Zinda, "The Living King", is a necropolis where allegedly the cousin of prophet Muhammed is buried.

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Pictures of Shah-i-Zinda

Shah-i-Zinda
Shah-i-Zinda. Photo by dalbera

Dome Ceiling - Shah-i-Zinda
Dome Ceiling - Shah-i-Zinda. Photo by Fang-Yu Lin

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Shah-i-Zinda - Photo by Chris Miller

Mausolée de Chadi Moulk Aka (Shah-i-Zinda, Samarcande) - Shah-i-Zinda
Mausolée de Chadi Moulk Aka (Shah-i-Zinda, Samarcande) - Photo by Jean-Pierre Dalbéra

Samarkand, Shah-i-Zinda, local girls - Shah-i-Zinda
Samarkand, Shah-i-Zinda, local girls - Photo by Arian Zwegers

Shah-i-Zinda, Samarkand - Shah-i-Zinda
Shah-i-Zinda, Samarkand - Photo by Fulvio Spada

SAMARCANDA NECROPOLIS DE SHAI SINDA (uzbekistan) 407 - Shah-i-Zinda
SAMARCANDA NECROPOLIS DE SHAI SINDA (uzbekistan) 407 - Shah-i-Zinda. Photo by Jose Javier Martin Espartosa

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