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Tourist street of Gulbozor mahalla

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Uzbekistan, with its rich history and heritage, offers unique tourist routes for travelers to experience the life and traditions of the Uzbek people. In order to preserve and transfer cultural values, one of the streets of Gulbozor neighborhood in Tashkent city was transformed into a tourist space. The street is located in the historical part of the city and is a unique place that attracts the attention of tourists with its unique features and priceless cultural heritage. The close proximity to the Chorsu bazaar and the famous Kukeldash Madrasah, built in 1570, make this street even more charming for tourists who want to get acquainted with the history and culture of Uzbekistan.

During the reconstruction, the entrance to the tourist street was adorned with gates built in a traditional medieval style. Particular attention is drawn to the 50-meter ivan with carved columns, which offers a magnificent view of the Khoja Ahrar Vali Mosque. It is worth mentioning that a water reservoir has been created on the street, adding coolness and freshness on hot days. Additionally, as landscaping, flowers, fruit and decorative trees were planted along the street.

The street has preserved the authentic appearance of the Uzbek mahalla with narrow streets, small houses and carved wooden doors, but at the same time acquired new functionality, becoming a center of cultural and craft workshops. Not only craft workshops have appeared along the street, where visitors can watch the work of craftsmen and buy favorite products, but also cozy bakeries and restaurants offering the richness of Uzbek cuisine. The aroma of freshly baked bread creates an atmosphere of true oriental Eastern hospitality. To explore the history and cultural heritage of the Uzbek people, tourists are offered the opportunity to visit exhibitions such as "History of Bread" and "Journey to Ancient Tashkent" organized on the street.

The street has preserved the authentic appearance of the Uzbek mahalla with narrow streets, small houses and carved wooden doors, but at the same time acquired new functionality, becoming a center of cultural and craft workshops. Not only craft workshops have appeared along the street, where visitors can watch the work of craftsmen and buy favorite products, but also cozy bakeries and restaurants offering the richness of Uzbek cuisine. The aroma of freshly baked bread creates an atmosphere of true oriental Eastern hospitality. To explore the history and cultural heritage of the Uzbek people, tourists are offered the opportunity to visit exhibitions such as "History of Bread" and "Journey to Ancient Tashkent" organized on the street.

The tourist street in Gulbozor mahalla is a wonderful opportunity to get a glimpse of Uzbek culture and immerse oneself in the national color of Uzbekistan. In this bustling corner of the city, every visitor feels the true spirit of the East and the beauty of the local heritage.

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