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Vobkent (Uzbek: Vobkent / Вобкент; Tajik: Вобкент; Russian: Вабкент) is a town in the Bukhara Region of Uzbekistan and the capital of Vabkent district. It is famous for a minaret constructed in 1196–1198, under the reign of Ala ad-Din Tekish.
Vabkent is situated ca. 28 km from the city of Bukhara. The population of Vobkent in 2004 was 16.600. It has textile industry and poultry.
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