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Ансамбль Чор-Бакир (15 в.)

it is popular among locals. There Abu Bakr of Sajad is buried Hodge. In due time the great-grandson a sufiya undertook improvement of a mazar. An important element greens of trees and lawns enter into ensemble. God" - made breakdown on "a chor that meant "four gardens", and from a mazar the green avenue to the city - Hiaban was landed. Building continued long time and gradually along a traditional corridor family crypts began to arise. There is all complex - a hanaka. mosque, madrasah. The large-scale importance of constructions emphasizes the minaret built in the 20th century and imitating in a miniature a minaret Kalyan.

Chor-Bakr — a necropolis, being in the settlement of Cumitang in the suburb of Bukhara in Uzbekistan. The settlement of Cumitang is in the Bukhara region of Uzbekistan in five kilometers to the west from Bukhara on a straight line or in eight kilometers on the road. Earlier the settlement was a shelter of the dervishsky award of hodzhagon serving as a support of the hansky power. In a necropolis Chor-Bakr there are burials of sheikhs from a sort of Dzhuybarsky seyid. The necropolis represents quite big architectural complex entered in the catalog of UNESCO. The name of a necropolis Chor-Bakr means "Four brothers", but abroad the necropolis is better known under the name "City of the Dead".

History
Construction of a necropolis began in times Samanidov when Dzhuybarsk seyida already held important state positions in Bukhara. The most ancient part of a necropolis represents Abu Bakr Sajd's burial. Abu Bakr Sajad is considered "the prophet's descendant" and the ancestor of the head of Dzhuybarsky sheikhs, that is the founder of all dynasty of Dzhuybarsky seyid. The main buildings were built during an era of the Uzbek dynasty of sheybanid in the 16th century.
Description and condition of an object
The necropolis Chor-Bakr is the peculiar "city of the dead" — in it there are streets, court yard, gate, but instead of houses family dakhma and gravestones everywhere. In the center of a necropolis there are three main buildings — the mosque, a hanaka and madrasah. Forward facades at the mosque and a hanaka are made in the form of portals with the arc-shaped arches, side facades are executed in the form of the loggias located in two tiers.