DEATH / GRAVES



Masoleum from Timur his teacher and his relatives . Their real graves are in the basement of the house
The real graves of Timur, his teacher and relatives in the basement of the house in the same order as on the ground floor. The Grave Timurs broke when the grave was opened by the Russians
 
Memorial to the fallen Bukharan soldiers in World War II and Afghanistan. The year of birth can also be read on the board. The woman mourns the death of her father, whom he saw as an infant. / Bukhara
Achievement to the fallen Russian husband in Afghanistan / Bukhara
Some think that some saints grow longer in the grave. Here the tomb of St. Danjar (Daniel) / Samarkand
The long grave in the Mazdikhan / near Nukus
The long tomb at Kaab ulakhbar near Bukhara
The sanctuary of Kaab ulakhbar, surrounded by electric towers !
One of the doors of the Iranian cemetery. Other relegions also have here their own plot / Bukhara
Another entrance to the Iranian cemetery / Bukhara
Entrance of the sheikh Mavlan Baba cemetery/ near Khiwa
sheikh Mavlan Baba cemetery/ near Khiwa

Entrance of the Mazdikhon cemetery / near Nukus (Karakalpaken area)
Endless Mazdikhan cemetery near Nukus (Karakalpaken area)
Mazdikhan-cemetery, looking towards the Turkmenistan border
a part of Mazdikhan cemetery / near Nukus
In some areas of Central Asia, there are tombs as houses. Especially where the ground is too hard to dig. The peculiarity of the grave in the picture insists on its material: clay ! /Mazdikhan cemetery, near Nukus
In some cemeteries in Karakapakstan, the stretcher, who is like a ladder, is left on the grave. The deceased is later to climb to paradise with this conductor / near Nukus (Karakalpakistan)
Graves on the old wall of Khiwa
Grave house as a hemisphere / Khiwa
Jug and bricks, found in the village ruins, on the graves / Samanchug village, near Bukhara
Jug and bricks, found in the village ruins, on the graves / Samanchug village, near Bukhara
Jug and bricks, found in the village ruins, on the graves / Samanchug village, near Bukhara
The entrance to the Jewish cemetery / Bukhara
Thousands of graves in the Bukhara Jewish cemetery
Stone-laying the visitors on the Jewish graves. A thesis says that in the past in Asia stones were laid on the sandy graves as a mark and the tradition is still maintained (?).
Graves of the Russian Orthodox on the edge of the Kaab ulakhbar cemetery / near Bukhara
Graves of the Russian Orthodox on the edge of the Kaab ulakhbar cemetery / near Bukhara
Abandoned Christian cemetery. The metal grids and crosses were stolen / Kokand
Abandoned Christian cemetery. The metal grids and crosses were stolen / Kokand
Gravestone with German language in the abandoned cemetery / Kokand
Graves of Italian and German military prisoners from World War II / Kokand
Graves of German military prisoners from the Second World War (here about 400) / Kokand
The same anniversary of the death(9.VI.1943) of the military prisoners! (Epidemi on campus?)
Graves of Japanese military prisoners from World War II / Kagan

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  1. جالب بود. قبرستانها در ادیان و ادوار مختلف. پاینده باشید.

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