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Мечеть Кош-Хауз

The mosque of Kosh House was built in Samarkand in 1319 on Hijra (1899) what the special inscription testifies to. The mosque of Kosh House was built in Samarkand in 1319 on Hijra (1899) what the special inscription testifies to. According to one of the attendant of the mosque Amrillo Zubaydullayev, this cult construction was erected on remains of earlier mosque. It is quite probable that this place was chosen because there were two ancient house providing people with drinking water. From here and the name of the mosque of Kosh House - ("Two (steam) of a house").

The mosque is built from a burned brick. Initially, eaves of the parties surrounded the mosque ayvan. In Soviet period a part adjacent to the mosque on the left side of the territory was taken away under construction of the general yards, and settling down from this party ayvan it was demolished. Now hinged constructions remained with front and on the right side where it is possible to read inscriptions. These are quotes from the Koran and Haditha, the poem on Farsi which are put along the lower edge of a ceiling in the mosque. In 2002-2003 during restoration works 4 hudzhra and the room for ablution were constructed here. In the territory of an object, there is an operating minaret. Now in the mosque and under ayvan about 300 people at the same time can pray.