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Tourism potential of Uzbekistan is demonstrated in Poland

15.08.2023 407

In cooperation with the Embassy of Uzbekistan in Poland, the tourism potential of Uzbekistan in Poland is widely promoted. LED screens installed on the streets of Polish cities show videos about the cultural heritage, beautiful nature, rich history and traditions, ancient and modern cities and other tourist destinations in Uzbekistan. The Marshalak Holding publishing and printing center in Warsaw also published brochures in Polish about the historical heritage and national dishes of Uzbekistan. The brochure "Historical and tourist centers of Uzbekistan of the world level" provides information on the modern development and prospects of tourism in New Uzbekistan, in the largest historical centers of the country there are many types of tourism, including cultural, educational, sports, ethnic, medical, gastronomic, business, pilgrimage tourism, agritourism and ecotourism.

The main tourist destinations of Uzbekistan: "Tashkent - the capital of friendship and warmth", "Samarkand - the pearl of the East", "Bukhara - the blessed city", "Khiva - the city of open-air museums", "Shakhrisabz - the birthplace of Amir Temur", "Fergana - the center fairy tale valley”, “Kokan – successor of the great epoch”, “Rishton – the main pottery workshop of Uzbekistan”.

The brochure "Famous dishes of the Uzbek national cuisine" contains methods and practical tips for cooking Uzbek national dishes.

As already noted, the cuisine of the Uzbek people has a deep history and is closely connected with its culture, language and traditions. Culinary traditions and way of life of ancestors, relations with neighboring peoples had a great influence on the diversity and richness of the composition of dishes. Many of them have deep roots, and some dishes have retained their traditional look. These include pilaf, manti, lagmon, soup, barbecue, somsa, Uzbek bread and others.

“These Uzbek dishes have their own unique characteristics, as well as unique spices inherent in Uzbek cuisine,” the brochure says.

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