Palace of Nurullah-bai

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One of the few architectural monuments of Dishan-Kala was built in 1906-1912 years by Muhammad Rahim Khan II for his son, whose name was Asfendiyar.

The architecture of the palace is typical mix of European and National styles, because of modern trends of urban planning of that era.

The construction includes a reception area, premises of inquisition, residential buildings and Madrasah. German specialists fulfilled the trim of ceilings, frames and parquet and decorative ceramic tiles were specially ordered from Petersburg city.

The decoration of the Khan's reception is of particular interest because of the famous Khiva carved Ganj, covered with gilding and color painting.