According to the State Committee for Tourism, an open-air museum will be created in the Bukhara region - it will include the ancient Gijduvan fortress along with the shrine of Khoja Abdukholik Gidzhuvani.
In this regard, large-scale work will be carried out together with officials of the regional administration for tourism development in order to create a “Tourist mahalla” on the basis of the “Kurgan” and “Chorsu” mahallas. In particular, a toponymic map was prepared on a scale of 1: 500 of the territory of the citadel with an area of 18 hectares.
Also, it is worth noting the beginning of work on the reconstruction and restoration of ancient objects under the guidance of international experts and the Central Asian Institute of International researches. These include: the 19th century mosque “Bozori kaymok”, “Boloisky butcher”, “Boborakhimboy” and “Ancient stone bath” of the 16th century.
It is noted that two pavilions decorated in the national style will be located in front of the Bozori kaymok mosque for the convenience of guests.