Tashkent – The Capital of Uzbekistan!

With population of over 2.3 million it translates as “Stone City”. Due to its central location in the region, the city received Sogdian and Turkic influences in its early history, before the Arabs came in the 8th century.

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Samarkand – Crossroads of Cultures!

The name Samarkand conjures a place that floats somewhere between fact and romantic fiction. Its fame reaches back into the fog of time.

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Bukhara – The Sacred City!

In the Middle Ages, when the region was at its pinnacle, scholars travelled from all over the Islamic world to study here, including two giants of Persian culture, Ibn Sina and Firdausi.

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Khiva – Open Air Museum!

Khiva is unique because it has very well preserved neighborhoods, beautiful buildings and religious, military and palace structures, in addition to houses of a specific national type. Ichan-Kala and Dishan-Kala, the two parts of the city, contain most of its wonderful monuments.

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Shahrisabz – Birthplace of Timur!

Shakhrisabz was the birthplace of Timur on April 9, 1346, to the family of a minor local chief, and during the early years of the Timurid dynasty, enjoyed its considerable patronage. Timur regarded Shakhrisabz as his home town.

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Fergana Valley

Fergana Valley – the vast fertile valley in Central Asia covers parts of Uzbekistan, Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan. It is ethnically diverse region with many populated cities situated across three Central Asian republics.

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Chimgan – Winter activities

The tourist skiing complex Chimgan is located 85 km (52.8 mi) away from Tashkent, the capital of Uzbekistan, in the spurs of Chatkal Range on the height of 1,600 metres (5,249 ft), in the Western Tien Shan mountains, surrounding Tashkent from the East.

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Aral Sea

To many, the Aral Sea has become synonymous with environmental catastrophe. In the Soviet Union era massive amounts of water were diverted for irrigation of cotton and the lake began to shrink dramatically.

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It is situated in the south of Uzbekistan among the many undulating canyons of the Boysun Mountain Range.

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