Namangan region is an ancient corner of the republic, which is confirmed by various archaeological finds and architectural monuments that tell about the primitive way of life of the local population, as well as monuments of the Bronze and Stone ages.
In the city of Chust, entire once-residential areas were found, which were attributed to the culture of the first Millennium BC. The city was the capital of the Kushan Kingdom in the 4th-3rd centuries BC with a developed economy and handicrafts.
In the coastal region of the Syr Darya in the 3rd century BC was built a large city of Shahristan-Ahsikent with huge fortresses. In the 17th century, the city was destroyed by an earthquake, and the population migrated to Namangan, which had a good impact on the development of this amazing city.
Namangan region is home to many historical sites and shrines, such as the mausoleum of Khoja Amin, the Muvlon-buva complex and others.
Namangan is a city of flowers, at the same time the Namangan region is a place of the best gardeners and winegrowers, and the city of Chust - the center of handicrafts is famous for making knives, which are popular not only in Uzbekistan, but also abroad.
Namangan region is one of the most fertile lands of Uzbekistan, located in the Ferghana valley, bordered in the west by the Tashkent Region, in the south and east by the Ferghana and Andijan regions.
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