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 Sights of Uzbekistan

Tashkent places of interest

Tashkent

The capital of the country is Tashkent (“stone city”), situated in the foothills of the Tien Shan mountains, in the center of the flourish...

Chimgan Mountains

Tashkent

Chimgan Mountains, located just 80 km. north-east of Tashkent, are the most popular holiday places of both local people and visitors from other countr...

Mountains of Uzbekistan and holiday places

Tashkent

Mountains of Uzbekistan refer to the mountain systems of the Western Tien Shan and Southern Tien Shan (Gissar-Alay, including Turkestan, Zaravshan, Gi...

Tashkent TV Tower.

Tashkent

Tashkent TV Tower. Tashkent TV Tower is the tallest structure in Central Asia. Its height is 375 meters, and weight is about 6000 tons. In height it i...

Bazaar Chorsu.

Tashkent

Bazaar Chorsu (officialy called «Eski Juva», which means "Old Tower”) is one of the largest and oldest bazaars in Central Asia, it i...

Museum of Applied Art.

Tashkent

Museum of Applied Art was founded in 1937, in the late 19th century. Currently, the museum has more than four thousand items (wood, art jewelry, gold ...

Madrasah Kukeldash

Tashkent

Madrasah Kukeldash is one of the biggest madrassah of old Tashkent, was built not later than 1569 by the minister of Tashkentsheibanid sultans Ba...

Independence Square

Tashkent

The main square of Uzbekistan is "Independence Square". Monument "Independence and Humanism" gives the majesty and grandeur. Globe with the contour of...

Jami Mosque

Tashkent

Jami Mosque (the second name of the mosque is Juma Mosque Khoja Ahrar Wali) - a modern building, which has a very ancient history. Medieval mosque and...

The Palace of Duke Romanov

Tashkent

  Romanov Palace was built for the Grand Duke Nikolai Konstantinovich by architects V.S Heinzelmann and A.L Benua in 1891.   It was a two-st...

Hazrat Imam Complex

Tashkent

  Hazrat Imam Complex is popularly known as Hast-Imam located in an old residential district of Tashkent, Sibzar. According to scientists, it was...

Kaldyrgach-biy (Tole bi) Mausoleum

Tashkent

 Kaldyrgach-biy (Tole bi) Mausoleum was built in the first half of the XV century in Tashkentcity. There are remains of the eminent Kazakh politi...

Architectural complex Zangi-Ata

Tashkent

 Zangi-Ata complex is located 15 kilometres from Tashkentin the village of the same name. It is an architectural monument of the XIV century incl...

Kaffal Shashi Mausoleum

Tashkent

  Kaffal Shashi Mausoleum was built in 1542 in honor of Imam Abu Bakr Muhammad ibn Ali ibn Ismail al-Kaffal ash-Shoshiy. It is asymmetrical domed...

Architectural complex Sheihantaur

Tashkent

  Sheykhantaur Mausoleum (Sheikh Hovendi at- Takhur) is one of the most important architectural monuments of Tashkent. Memorial Hovendi at-Takhur...

Academic Russian Drama Theatre

Tashkent

  Academic Russian Drama Theatre of Uzbekistanwas founded in 1934. Vasily Chirkin and Michael Karlovich Vulkonsky are its organizers.  ...

Polish Catholic Church

Tashkent

  Polish Catholic Church (Cathedral of the Sacred Heart of Jesus) is a cathedral church of the apostolic administrations of Uzbekistan. Its const...

The Theatre «Ilkhom»

Tashkent

  The Theatre «Ilkhom» was founded in 1976 by the director Mark Weil, who was its artistic director until 2007. "Maskharaboz-76" is t...

The Youth Theatre of Uzbekistan

Tashkent

  The Youth Theatre of Uzbekistan is one of the oldest theatres in Central Asia, created on 30 April, 1928. Its founders are the doctor S. E...

The "Anchor" Canal

Tashkent

  The "Anhor" Canal means «large irrigation canal», located in Tashkent. It flows into the lake of the National Park A. Navoi. I...