In the morning continued visits monuments outside of Bukhara: Chor Minor, or "four minarets" madraza, Chor Minor (Char Minar, Uzbek: Chor minor), alternatively known as the Madrasah of Khalif Niyaz-kul, is a historic mosque in the historic city of Bukhara, Uzbekistan. It is located in a lane
northeast of the Lyab-i Hauz complex. It is protected as a cultural heritage monument, and also it is a part of the World Heritage Site Historic Centre of Bukhara. In Persian, the name of the monument means "Four minarets", and the building indeed has four towers.
The structure was built by Khalif Niyaz-kul, a wealthy Bukharan of Turkmen origin in the 19th century under the rule of the Janid dynasty. The four towered structure is sometimes mistaken for a gate to the madras that once existed behind the structure, however, the Char-Minar is actually a complex of buildings with two functions, ritual and shelter. Originally, it was a part of a complex of a madrasa, which was demolished. The building has no analogs in the architecture of Bukhara, and the inspiration and motives of Niyazkul are unclear. The house-museum of Fayzulla Khodjaev.
In the afternoon return to the hotel to prepare your luggage to go to the train station.
Transfer to Bukhara station to return to Tashkent by train «Afrosiyob»
(№11 Dep: 15:52 / arrival: 19:40) or transfer from Bukhara airport to take Bukhara-Tashkent flight (№HY 1338Dep .: 21:55 / arrival: 23:00)
Overnight at hotel.
Hotel 4* Ramada, 1 Night