Low angle view through the arches of the Tok-i Tilpak Furushon Bazaar Bukhara, Uzbekistan, pictured on July 10, 2010 in the early morning. Tok-i Tilpak Furushon Bazaar, or the Capmaker's Bazaar is one of the remaining domed Bazaars originating in the 16th-17th century trading boom along the Silk Road. Here embroidered skullcaps were sold alongside books and manuscripts. The Bazaar is laid out in five spokes and contains the tomb of Holy Man Khoja Ahmed I Paran. Bukhara, a city on the Silk Route is about 2500 years old. Its long history is displayed both through the impressive monuments and the overall town planning and architecture. Picture by Manuel Cohen.

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Low angle view through the arches of the Tok-i Tilpak Furushon Bazaar Bukhara, Uzbekistan, pictured on July 10, 2010 in the early morning. Tok-i Tilpak Furushon Bazaar, or the Capmaker's Bazaar is one of the remaining domed Bazaars originating in the 16th-17th century trading boom along the Silk Road. Here embroidered skullcaps were sold alongside books and manuscripts. The Bazaar is laid out in five spokes and contains the tomb of Holy Man Khoja Ahmed I Paran. Bukhara, a city on the Silk...
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