Uzbekistan sights

Uzbekistan sights

What do you think about when one of the Central Asian countries like Uzbekistan comes to mind? Well, of course, narrow streets with the smell of pilaf, color paints of different fabrics and very good-natured people. Every tourist just dreams of traveling to an emerald country and visiting the most unique sights like Independence Square, Hazret Imam Ensemble (Hast Imam Square), Mausoleum of Abubekr Kaffal Al-Shashi, Registan Square, Gur Emir Mausoleum, Bibi Khanum Mosque, Lyabi House Ensemble, Nadir Divan-Begi ensemble and other interesting places to visit.

Surely, there are many entertainments in Uzbekistan I prepared for each traveler. I hope them to be curious in a tour.

I will be glad if you have interest to the given information and make your tour – incredible!

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Tashkent is the capital city of Uzbekistan located in the north-east of the country.
Broadway is one of the best places to have a walk located in the center of Tashkent.
Independence Square is one of the key sightseeing during your tour to Tashkent.
Amir Timur square was first created in 1870, by the architects from the Russian Empire.
Chorsu Bazaar is the center of Uzbek atmosphere where you can try various traditional food.
Kukaldash Madrasah is the educational center created for boys and girls to study religion.
Hast Imam complex is the spiritual place for the people to come and pray.
Courage Monument is dedicated to commemorate the events happened in the 20th century.
Zangi Ota memorial complex is one of the most visiting sites by the guests of the country.
State Museum of Timurids' history was dedicated to 660th anniversary of the birth of Timur.
State Museum of Applied Arts of Uzbekistan stores more than 7000 exhibits of applied arts.
Samarkand has experienced many declines throughout the history of the Great Silk Road.
Registan square was created by the grandson of Amir Timur and situated in Samarkand.
Shakhi-Zindeh has more than 11 mausoleums based here in 14-15th centuries.
Mausoleum Guri Emir is the place where Amir Timur, his sons and grandchildren were buried.
Bibi Khanum Mosque is said to be created in 1399, on the order of Amir Timur for his wife.
Ulughbek observatory was created by the Muslim prince to show respect to science.
National bazaar Siab is a place to communicate with the native dwellers of the Gala Osio village.
Samarkand paper workshop is the first point of the creation of paper in the Middle East.
Complex of Al Bukhary is said to be made in honor of the Imam who collected Muslim traditions.
Gijduvan pottery workshop started to get to be known thanks to Sufi Abdalkhalik Gizhduvani.
Ak Saray Palace is the complex in Shahrisabs, surrounded with the garden of great planning.
Jahongir mausoleum is the memory of Timur’s twenty-two beloved eldest son, Jahongir.
Dorus Siadat is a complex which creation is connected with the death of Jahangir’s son.
Dorus Tillavat is a place of worship of many followers of sufi Shamsiddin Kula.
Bukhara is the city with the largest number of mosques and sacred places.
Citadel Ark is an ancient monument of Bukhara which was actually created in 4-3 centuries.
Samanids mausoleum is considered to be the site of greatest ancient history of Samanids dynasty.
Chashma Ayub is located near the ruins previously being at the territory of the Samanids.
Bolo-Hauz mosque of 18th c. has an interesting design with about 20 columns surrounding it.
Nodir Divan Begi madrasah used to be caravanserai previously, but then became madrasah.
Lyabi House Ensemble was created in the times of Sheybanids and has several madrasahs around.
Poi Kalon complex is the greatest building of Bukhara and means “the foot of the minaret”.
Bahauddin Naqshbandi complex is famous for Naqshbandi brotherhood spreading Sufism.
Sitorai Mohi Hosa complex is the great assessment of the Bukhara emir and national heritage.
Chor Bakr memorial complex is the ancient necropolis of Juybar sheikhs and old city.
Khiva is a city of legends and mythical characters of ancient times.
Ichan-Qala is an ancient and stunning fortress with a rich Uzbek inheritance.
Kunya-Ark fortress is the wonderful stronghold of the eastern world and high culture.
Kalta Minor minaret is a golden symbol of turquoise color, found by Mohammed Amin Khan.
Tash Khouvli palace is an exclusive palace of culture, peace and harmony.
Khudayar Khan Palace is the seventh khan’s yard with brilliant garden and countryside.
Norbutabi Madrasah is a high fortress of incredible beauty and unchanged history.
Modari Khan Mausoleum is a colorful palace with a striking view of the city.
Rishtan pottery workshop is the sophistication of Uzbek ceramics of oriental style.
Archeological museum consists of precious remains of ancient settlements and cave paintings.
Fayaztepa is a Buddhist temple found by archaeologist L.I. Albaum in 1963.
Mausoleum of Hakim at Termezi is an ancient and sacred place of East Iranian Sufism.
Buddhist Stupa Zurmala is a stone heritage in the northeast of the ancient Termez settlement.
Mausoleum Sultan Saodat is a unique fortress formed during the XII-XVII centuries.
Honako Kokaldor Ota is an unusual building with high domes and wide doors.
Nunnery Kirk Kiz is an attractive fortress of mysterious legends and mythologies.
Jarkurgan's Minaret is a unique high building, located in the village of Minor.
Dalverzintepa archeological dig is an archaeological site with an area of more than 7 hectares.
Khasan- Khuseyn Mosque is the blessed house for prayers of the Islamic world.
Potter's workshops create the stunning art of magnificent handmade goods.
Medressa of Sheihun Hasan Nury is the holy culture of the Uzbek people, found in the 14th c.
Remains of "Alexander the Great's Fortress" is one of the most magnificent relics.
Ayaz Qala is the most beautiful monument of the Kushan period in the history of Central Asia.
Turpak Qala is the royal city of Khorezmian ruler Artav made of clay and mud.
Museum of Savitsky is one of the largest art museums, located in Uzbekistan.
Mizdakhan necropolis is one of the most ancient places for pilgrimage in Karakalpakstan.
Chilpyk is Zoroastrian dahma, located 43 km from Nukus, Karakalpakstan.
Fergana regional museum is one of the oldest museums in Uzbekistan with gold collections.
Margilan is a center of Uzbekistan with excellence for silkworm and valuable fabrics.

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