Registan Square is located in the very center of the city. It is beautiful both during the day and at night. This is an ensemble of three madrasahs: Ulugbek madrasah, Sher-Dor madrasah and Tillya-Kari madrasah. Despite the fact that these structures were created at different times, they are in striking harmony with each other. The height of the portals of all madrasahs is pretty big and reaches up to 30 meters. This makes it possible to see all the surroundings of the Registan from the minaret. They not only decorate the square, but are also the center of spiritual development. Big festivals and events are held on the square, important guests are welcomed here.
Ulugbek Madrasah, created by an unknown architect, is a closed courtyard in the form of a rectangle, the back side of which is a mosque. On the sides there are open arches, behind which are cells, for the residence of students studying here. The minarets towering in the corners are majestic. The decorative decoration of the madrasah, made in the style of the medieval East, is striking in its beauty and grace.
Sher-Dor Madrasah was designed and built by master Abdul Jabbar. He mirrored the Ulugbek madrasah, but only in different proportions. The wall cladding is also rich and colorful, however, it is significantly inferior to the decoration of the first madrasah.
The Tilla-Kori madrasah was erected on the site of the ruins of a caravanserai left from the time of Ulugbek. The decoration of the madrasah is distinguished by an abundance of gold painting "Kundal", so it was given the name, which translates as "Decorated with gold".