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trip plan:

Duration of the trip: 2days

Day 1.  

-Upon arrival in the morning meet and transfer to buses which lead to Khiva from Navai 

- After arriving  placing to hotel (hotel booked for overnight). Accommodation and free time until lunch. 

-Start of the tour of the city

-Visiting historical sightseeings,towers, palaces,etc

-lunch at the local restaurant

-Cotinuing the city tour

-Back to the hotel, overnight in Khiva

Day 2

-Breakfast in the hotel

-Visiting to the state museum

-Visit to Madrasahs

-Free time for packing

-Transfer to the buses for the coming back to home city

Khiva  is a city of approximately 50,000 people located in Xorazm RegionUzbekistan. According to archaeological data, the city was established in the beginning of the Christian era.[1] It is the former capital of Khwarezmia and the Khanate of KhivaItchan Kala in Khiva was the first site in Uzbekistan to be inscribed in the World Heritage List (1991). The astronomer, historian and polymath, Al-Biruni[2] (973-1048CE) was among several Muslim scholars born here. 

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Khiva is split into two parts. The outer town, called Dichan Kala, was formerly protected by a wall with 11 gates. The inner town, or Itchan Kala, is encircled by brick walls, whose foundations are believed to have been laid in the 10th century. Present-day crenellated walls date back to the late 17th century and attain the height of 10 meters.

The old town retains more than 50 historic monuments and 250 old houses, mostly dating from the 18th or the 19th centuries. Djuma Mosque, for instance, was established in the 10th century and rebuilt in 1788-89, although its celebrated hypostyle hall still retains 112 columns taken from ancient structures.

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Kalta Minor, the large blue tower in the central city square, was supposed to be a minaret, but the Khan died and the succeeding Khan did not complete it.

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