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Samarkand speaks with history

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In Samarkand,the number"2,750"can be clearly marked on the lintel of a museum or on a postcard,and everyone in the city proudly explains that this number is the"age"of the city,because the construction of Samarkand began 2,750 years ago.An important hub city on the Silk Road,Samarkand connected the Persian,Indian and Chinese empires,but it was also ravaged by war.The interpreters at the National History Museum of Samarkand occasionally refer to the Chinese"Chenghis Khan"because Samarkand fell to the Mongol Empire in 1219 and was destroyed...And of course they were very proud of the rise of the Timurid Empire.One of the most attractive maps for the visiting group is displayed in the History Museum,which shows the route of the Silk Road connecting east and west.Here again,you can see the familiar name of the starting point of the Silk Road--Chang'an.
Tamerlane's family cemetery,the Gul Emil Mausoleum,is just a five-minute drive from the National History Museum.This magnificent palatial structure was originally built as a palace for his grandson,but Tamerlane died and was buried there,and the family cemetery has since been formed.The mausoleum has nine symbolic sarcophagi inside the chapel,while the actual coffins that hold the bodies are buried five meters deep.The exterior of the cemetery has also been renovated over the years,most recently in 1994,when a narrator named Sofirov Abdurah claimed to be a descendant of Timur's family.
A viewing platform at the entrance of the historical museum overlooks the city of Samarkand,and the most eye-catching building is the seminary.For hundreds of years,the temples built on the left,center,right and the surrounding areas played different roles in the history,from the prayer halls for all the people of Samarkand to the teaching institutions of numbers,geography and theology in the fifteenth and seventeenth centuries.Although the complex ceased to be used as a seminary and prayer hall after 1930,it has been well preserved for visitors to visit today.The appearance of the blue dome logo and the resplendent gold interiors,to show the most representative of the Islamic style of the city characteristics.