4 Historical Sights Of Bakhchisarai

Historical Sights Of Bakhchisarai

Posted on November 24, 2011 by

Salachik is a historical region of Bakhchisarai where the first capital of Crimean Khanate had situated up to 1532. Today Salachik with its historical sights is the outskirts of Bakhchisarai. Check out the photo coverage:

When they decided to move the khanate’s capital to Bakhchisarai, the rulers of the Crimea settled in a fortress at the foot of a moutain. And after they completed the Khan Palace in Bakhchisarai, the fortress was turned into a summer place. This place is often compared to the paradise from the Thousand and One Nights for its flower gardens, wooden summerhouses, its fortress, tower and madrasah.

The Mausoleum of Crimean Khans. The building above ground level was built in 1502. Under it, there is an older mausoleum. 18 members of the Khan dynasty are buried there.


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4 Responses to “Historical Sights Of Bakhchisarai”

  1. nazir says:

    Russia has a very rich history, culture,worth seeing places.

  2. Russia is a world of it’s own.I never would have known about until I found this website.

  3. tommo says:

    to be honest, it’s inspired me to go there.

  4. Io says:

    That’s not russia. It’s Ukraine

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