The summer Palace complex of the Khiva khans. The building is mixed with European and Eastern architecture, and all seven rooms that have been preserved are decorated differently. Among the exhibits are colorful Russian-style tile stoves, huge mirrors, and Oriental multi-colored wooden ceilings decorated with geometric and floral patterns. The high doors and Windows of the Palace were made by German carpenters from the Mennonite religious community.


  • Title: Fireplace in Nurullah Bai's Palace
  • Date Created: 1906/1912
  • Location Created: Khiva, Uzbekistan
  • Type: Book

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