Mausoleum of Mir Said Bahrom - a miniature architectural structure of X-XI centuries - located at the park entrance, in the heart of modern Karmana. It is ranked among the few most valuable architectural monuments of Uzbekistan.
About Mir Said Bahrom to the present day came little information. There are suggestions that he was a representative of Samanids dynasty and was appointed as khokim of Karmana. Since its foundation Karmana was three times destroyed and rebuilt. But mausoleum managed to be preserved thanks to a simple, poor mosque. These two buildings were once joined, and according to witnesses in this architectural ensemble looked very nice. Tall, made of carved wood gates of mosque were decorated with protruding nails of iron and copper, and the gate of mausoleum were richer. The mosque was demolished in 1960. Mausoleum building also underwent partial destruction. According to local residents, in the mid-70s of the last century it was almost half filled with sand.
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