The center of the region is the city of Andijan, which in ancient times was located on the Great Silk road, and is also known as the birthplace of the founder of the Mughal Empire, the Uzbek poet and writer Zahiriddin Muhammad Babur.
The history of the region begins with the mention of the ancient state of Davan that appeared here in the 6th century, where agriculture with artificial irrigation, cattle breeding, and "Sky horses" were bred here.
A trip to the region will allow you to discover historical architectural monuments like the Jami Complex, learn the secrets of the ancient city of Mingtepa, located 30 km from the city of Andijan, or visit a real national center for tourists, where everyone can stay in a guest house in the Uzbek style, watch bright performances of tightrope walkers and get acquainted with the magnificent products of local craftsmen.
Located in the Eastern part of the Ferghana valley, Andijan region is the smallest region in Uzbekistan by area, but the most densely populated.
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