Al Hakim At-Termizi Mausoleum

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    The main holy place of Termez is the Mausoleum of Hakim at-Termizi also known as Muhammad ibn Isa at-Tirmidhi. This architectural monument was built to the north-west of the old Termez castle. Abu Abdulloh Mohammed Ibn Hasan ibn Bashir al-Hakim at-Termizi was the author of a number of religious philosophical works a religious leader an outstanding theorist of Islamic misticism and a prominent scholar and was the founder of the dervishes order.Hakimi is considered one of the twelve sects of mysticism. He was buried near the citadel of medieval Termez probably near to hanaqoh. Later a mausoleum of baked brick was built above. It had one chamber with a portal dome. The dome was carried by four strong arches and supported by corbel-cell sails. The entrance was on the south side the northern archway was open and the remaining ones were blocked off. At the end of the XI c. the interiors of the mausoleum were richly decorated with carved ganch.

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    The main holy place of Termez is the Mausoleum of Hakim at-Termizi also known as Muhammad ibn Isa at-Tirmidhi. This architectural monument was built to the north-west of the old Termez castle. Abu Abdulloh Mohammed Ibn Hasan ibn Bashir al-Hakim at-Termizi was the author of a number of religious philosophical works a religious leader an outstanding theorist of Islamic misticism and a prominent scholar and was the founder of the dervishes order.Hakimi is considered one of the twelve sects of mysticism. He was buried near the citadel of medieval Termez probably near to hanaqoh. Later a mausoleum of baked brick was built above. It had one chamber with a portal dome. The dome was carried by four strong arches and supported by corbel-cell sails. The entrance was on the south side the northern archway was open and the remaining ones were blocked off. At the end of the XI c. the interiors of the mausoleum were richly decorated with carved ganch.

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