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Jome mosque Kukgumgaz

The Kukgumbaz Mosque was built in the center of ancient Karshi in AH 999 by Abdullah Khan. Tiles of the highest quality were used to decorate the mosque. The mosque is called "Kukgumbaz" because the outer dome is completely decorated with blue tiles. The inscriptions preserved on the inner wall of the mosque say that the mosque was built in 1590-1591 by the decree of Abdullah II. In 1953, Friday prayers began to be performed in this mosque. In 1967, the mosque was reconstructed by the Shakhrisabz master Hamdam. In 1982, the Samarkand master Nusratillo Asadov painted Sura Mulk using blue mosaic stone.

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