Tashkent, the capital of Uzbekistan, combines modernity and antiquity. The history of the city goes back to 2200 years. Due to its favorable location and mild climate, in ancient times the city was one of the main travel and trade points throughout the Great Silk Road.

Hazrati-Imam Square in Tashkent

Hazrati-Imam Square is located in historical part of the city. There are Baraq-Khan Madrassah, Tilla-Shaykh Mosque, the Mausoleum of famous Islamic scholar Abu Bakr Qaffal Shashi and Imam al-Bukhari Islamic Institute is located here.

The Tashkent Television Tower is a 375-metre-high tower, located in Tashkent, Uzbekistan and is the 11th tallest tower in the world. 

About Tashkent

This  unique city has important architectural and historical value – its architecture harmoniously fits the buildings of different epochs beginning with ancient settlements, medieval buildings, Soviet era buildings, modern luxury apartments and business centers.

Today, there are 2 International airports and a Railway stations in Tashkent. One of the main attractions of the city is the Metro, which stands out for the unique design of each station.  

In Tashkent, you can see the monuments of the Middle ages, modern mosques, visit the Eastern bazaars, get acquainted with the centuries-old history and culture of the people in numerous museums, as well as walk and relax in the parks and on the central streets of the capital.