Places to go

Kitab State Geological Reserve

Kitab state geological reserve  – one of the most unique natural zone in mountainy Uzbekistan. It is located in the south-western spurs of the Zarafshan range, on the left coast of the Jindydarya river in the Kitab district of Kashkadarya region. Tourists, once in this amazing, fabulous place, can learn about the secrets of the...
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Yusuf Yasulbashi Madrasa in Khiva

In the ancient complex Ichan-Kala, to the west of the mausoleum of the cult archeological monument Pakhlavan Makhmud, opposite the Musa madrasah is located Yusuf Yasulbashi Madrasah. It is considered one of the iconic architectural monuments of Ichan-Kala (inner city). The madrasah was named after the head of the Khan’s police, Yusuf Yasulbashi, for whose […]
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Amir-Tura Madrasa in Khiva

The madrasah is located in the northern part of Ichan-Kala, on Tashpulatova Street. It was built by Amir Tura – the son of Muhammad Rahimkhan I, brother of Said Muhammad Rahimkhan II in 1870. Amir Tura held a high post – Amirul-Ulamo, that is, the head of Ulamo. The building of the madrasa is large, […]
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Bagbanli Mosque in Khiva

Bagbanli Mosque is located in the southeastern part of Ichan-Kala. According to the inscription in verses on a stone plate at the entrance, the mosque was built in 1809 (1224 hijra), the name of the master Pahlavan-Kuli, who designed the building, is also indicated here. The door indicates the name of another master – woodcarver […]
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Sardoba Ribati Malik

At 30 meters from the portal Rabati Malik is a dome-blocked water source – Sardoba, built in the 11th century with a caravanserai. The construction served as a haven for lonely travelers and caravans. In Farsi, “sard” means cold, “oba” means water. Indeed, even in the hot summer, the water in the building remains cold […]
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Fayaztepa Buddist Complex

On the territory of the Surkhandarya region there are several unique Buddhist temple complexes, the most famous of which are Ayratam, Karatepa and Fayaztepa. Fayaztepa complex dating from the 1st c. BC. – III century. ne Located in the northwestern part of Old Termez. Since the 9th century, the complex has turned into ruins and, […]
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ARAL SEA

The Aral Sea is a drainless, saline lake in Central Asia, in the territory of Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan. Everyone knows about the tragedy of the Aral Sea. It was once the fourth largest lake in the world. Up to the 60s of the last century, ships sailed around the Aral Sea, and 34 species of […]
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Mir Arab Madrasa in Bukhara

The Miri Arab Madrasa is the major portion of the entire architecture of the Pa-yi Kalon ensemble, which includes the madrasah is believed to be built by Sheiykh Abdallah Yamani (his ancestors came from Yamen), spiritual leader of early Sheybanids. Ubaydullah khan (1512-1539) donated means for construction of the madrasah. The portal of the madrasah […]
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Russian Drama Theatre in Tashkent

Most of the pieces designed for a mass audience, they are marked by professionalism of the actors memorable sets, costumes and music. The theater was opened in 1934, and in 1967 received the status of an academic theater. February 7, 2001 was a great opening of the new building of the Academic Russian Drama Theatre. […]
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Ecopark in Tashkent

Central Ecopark of Tashkent is the first park in the bio-tech style. It is a modern, opposite high-tech style, using natural colors, materials and shapes. The territory of park can be divided into three zones: – Play area with interesting installations: a sculpture of a spider made of metal pipes, a slide with steps made...
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Ulugbek Observatory

Ulugbek observatory is one of the unique examples of architecture of the XV century in Samarkand, this is the ancient astronomical observational construction. By order of Ulugbek, it was built in 1428-1429 on a hill Kuhak (Chupanota) in the form of a huge cylinder. As stated in the “Baburname” the structure was built in three […]
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Mamun Academy in Khiva

The Central Asian region has made a significant contribution to the development of human civilization. In medieval times, there were many scientists and scientific schools in Central Asia, and the Ma’mun Academy in Khorezm serves as a vivid example. The political stability, economic and social development of Khorezm at the end of the 10th and […]
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