uzbekistan / tashkent
Sohil
Eastern architecture is very different from western architecture. A distinctive feature of Islamic architecture was the numerous options for lancet, horseshoe-shaped, curved arches, ribbed, mesh or openwork vaults and domes. In no other building art can we see so skillfully formed by interweaving arched arches of openwork star domes and lace lattice fences.
Unlike classical European artificial landscapes, which do not require large spaces, the eastern ones need the scale of the base plot. This is due to the fact that landscapes stylized as such gardens have many components: fences and arbors, lawns, ponds or a river, artificial fountains and neatly planted groups of shrubs in combination with zones of herbs and flowers.