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Must See in Uzbekistan

1. Minor Mosque in Tashkent - The modern mosque built in 2013 differs from other religious buildings because is not made of bricks, which is used in traditional methods, but of white marble, that is why the mosque is called "snowy" among the locals. Indeed, the sun's rays reflected on the marble make the mosque seem to shine and sparkle. Moreover, it gets special beauty in snowy winter, when it looks like a real snow castle under a layer of snow decorated with shining night lights.


  1. Metro of Tashkent – is a masterpiece itself. And not only as the first metro that was built in the whole of Central Asia, but also as a magnificent architectural monument that occupies a worthy place among the attractions that make up the cultural image of the capital. Three metro lines, twenty-nine stations throughout the city, one of which is a kind of small Museum, a monument that reflects a particular episode of the country's history and culture.


  1. Chorsu Bazaar in Tashkent - Chorsu bazaar, Tashkent’s best-known market, is impressive both inside and out. Like a Pantheon for vegetables, its enormous aquamarine carapace sets the stage for the daily bustle of thousands of shoppers looking for the freshest ingredients.
  1. Registon Square in Samarkand - Registan is a heart of the ancient city of Samarkand. Once you see its beautiful architectural ensemble you will never forget it. The magnificent Central square of the city of Samarkand in Uzbekistan which has existed for more than 600 years, some of its buildings have been preserved in their original form since the XV century. Registan is located in the heart of the old part of Samarkand, where all major roads of the city lead. Every year thousands of tourists come to Uzbekistan, wanting to see the pearl of the Middle East with their own eyes.
  1. Ancient city of Nurata founded in 327 BC by Alexander the Great. The remains of his military fortress in the south of the town are still to be seen today and the water supply system that Alexander had installed is still partially used.


  1. Alisher’s Navoi Uzbek state Opera and Ballet Theatre in Tashkent - The State Academic Bolshoi Opera and Ballet Theatre named after Alisher Navoi the leading theatre of Uzbekistan, its national pride, the attractive center of musical and theatrical culture. The Alisher Navoi Opera and Ballet Theatre is the largest, and most unique theatre on the territory of Central and Southeast Asia. The artistic director of the Theatre is Andris Liepa.
  1. Theatre of historical costume “El Merosi” in Samarkand - the only theater of historical costume in Central Asia, where you will find an unforgettable immersion in the world of bright colors and historical images.


  1. "Deep Mosque" in Bukhara - the mosque received its unusual name due to the centuries-old cultural layer, because of which the mosque went 4.5 meters deep into the earth.


  1. Independence Square in Tashkent – being a part of the modern city of Tashkent it is the largest square in Tashkent is more like a large park than a square.
  1. Khast-Imam Complex in Tashkent – a historical place where the original Quran, published by Caliph Usman in the 7th century AD is kept. The Quran, preserved in Tashkent, is the only original manuscript of the Quran that has survived. This is evidenced by the certificate issued by the international organization UNESCO on August 28, 2000.