Sights of Uzbekistan

Ugam-Chatkal is the national wild nature park created in 1992 to reorganize the Chatkal biosphere reserve. It is located at the Chatkal ridges of Western Tien-Shan. It is a huge pa...
Zaamin National Park is in the Jizzakh region of Uzbekistan –a green paradise with unique flora and fauna. The area with its crystal clear air, rolling hills and beautiful mountain...
The Sarmish Gorge, also known as Sarmishsay, is located on the southern slopes of the Karatau Mountain range, 30-40km far from the city of Navoi. To the south of the range lies the...
The Kyzylkum desert is spread around the edges of Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan. It’s the 15th largest desert in the world. The name from Turkic means “Red Sands”. The Kyzylkum desert...
Ayaz-kala is one of the historical marvels of Uzbekistan situated in the north-western part of Karakalpakstan. In the Kyzyl Kum desert survived the ruins of one of the largest fort...
One of the outstanding buildings of the famous architectural ensemble of Bukhara is Abdulaziz-khan madrasah. It was built in 1651-1652 being the last large madrasah in Bukhara.
The Navoi Theatre is the State Academic Grand Theatre in Tashkent. It is situated in the heart of the city and is considered to be one of the most beautiful places. The story of th...
Bibi-Khanym Mosque is one of the impressive buildings in ancient Samarkand. It was one of the biggest mosques in the Islamic world. According to legend Tamerlane built the mosque i...
The Gur-e–Amir or Gur-Emir is the mausoleum of the famous Asian conqueror Amir Timur, who is also known as Tamerlane. The name Gur-e-Amir is also translated as the tomb of the comm...
The famous Samarkand paper is again made in a traditional way at a mill built in the village Konigil Meros, which is ten kilometers away from Samarkand on the road leading to Bukha...
Rabati Malik is a ruined caravanserai situated on the road from Samarkand to Bukhara, a few km from Navoi city. The caravanserai was located on the route of the Great Silk Road. Th...
Registan is the center of the ancient city of Samarkand. The name comes from Persian meaning ''sandy place'' or ''desert''. Registan Square has the most famous and the most beautif...
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