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Uzbekistan
Uzbekistan
Uzbekistan
Uzbekistan
Uzbekistan

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    Uzbekistan tours

    Uzbekistan is an exotic country of vast expanses. The country is known for its historical travels, charismatic and cruel leaders. There is also an exquisite Islamic architecture. It is a land of history, mosques, markets, flowers, sounds, and mysterious aromas.

    There are three ancient cities along the Great Silk Road in Uzbekistan. These are Samarkand, Bukhara, and Khiva. These cities are famous for their spices, inventions, religions, and kilometers of silk.

    Also, jewelry made of gold and silver is unique in this country. Cities of Uzbekistan are connected with China in the east, and with empires in the west. Bukhara is in an oasis. Khiva is surrounded by an ancient wall. And Samarkand is a 2500-year-old city that encompasses various cultures of Uzbekistan.

    Uzbekistan is landlocked. It consists of mountains and deserts, only a small part of it has arable land.

    Due to its strategic location in Central Asia, Uzbekistan knew many wars and the overthrow of several empires. Therefore, the cities of Uzbekistan are known for their diverse architecture. Because several rulers who conquered the country-influenced these lands. This architecture includes Islamic tiles, turquoise domes of mosques, ancient fortified cities, and colorful bazaars.

    Tashkent

    capital of Uzbekistan, means “Stone City”. ne of the most ancient towns of the Silk Road, Tashkent was a beautiful city

    Bukhara

    the most ancient city on the Silk Road. With a sense of going back in time, the bazaars, madrassas, and grand buildings

    The Best Seasons to visit Uzbekistan

    The best seasons to visit Uzbekistan are spring, from mid-March to the end of May, and during autumn, from September to November. The temperatures during summer rise to about  35 degrees Celsius and in Winter as low as minus 20 degrees Celsius.

    Independence: Formerly part of the USSR, Uzbekistan gained its independence on the 1st of September 1991.

    Capital: Tashkent

    Currency: Sum

    Coordinated universal time: UTC+5

    International dialing code: +998

    Neighboring countries:

    Afghanistan – to the south

    Kazakhstan – to the North and West

    Kyrgyzstan – to the East

    Tajikistan – to the Southeast

    Turkmenistan – to the Southwest

     

    Major Languages:

    Uzbek

    Russian

    English – popular mainly among the young generation

    Religions:

    Sunni Islam: 88%

    Orthodox Christianity: 9%

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