Kukeldash madrassah is a real pearl of medieval architecture of Tashkent and one of the brightest places of interest. Some hundreds years ago this madrassah looked over cob constructions symbolizing greatness and power of its author. This picturesque construction was built in 1568-1569 on a mount close to city walls. The manager of construction works of madrassah was Dervish-Khan, a vizir of Tashkent ruler Barak-Khan, who was nicknamed as Kukeldash meaning “foster-brother of khan”. In line of authority, derived from Genghis-Khan, one of the most important places of court was called with “kukeldash” word.

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