Sights of Uzbekistan

Barak-khan Madrasah was the Spiritual Administration of Muslims of Central Asia. It was built in the XVI century by Suyunidz-khan. Today Madrasah is considered to have the richest...
Kalta-Minor is one of the most popular historical and architectural monuments of Khiva. Moreover, it is the symbol of the city. The minaret is really unique with its design, decora...
The great central Asian limestone ranges are among the most exciting places in the world for high-altitude environment explorations. Ledopadnaya/Festivalnaya Cave is one of the pla...
The Ulugh Beg madrasah was the first one of the three madrasahs of Bukhara's architectural ensemble. It was built in 1417 by the order of Ulugh Beg, Tamerlane's grandson.
Outside of the old town of Bukhara there is another fascinating place worth visiting-that is the Summer Palace of the last emir of Bukhara. It is located in the outskirts of the ci...
The museum of decorative applied arts of Bukhara is in Sitora-i Mohi Khosa, which is the summer palace of the last emirs of Bukhara. It is situated 4 km north of the city. The muse...
The church was built in 1968 and belonged to the military department. This is one of the working Christian churches in Samarkand. In 1924, the church was closed. A year later, the...
There is a beautiful miracle lake in the middle of the mysterious Kyzylkum desert. It is situated in north-eastern Uzbekistan within a 50 km distance from the city of Nurata. Settl...
​​​​​​​The architectural complex Khast Imam or Hasrati Imam is the religious center of Tashkent and the top historic site of the city. It is situated in one of the oldest parts of...
Translated as ''four gardens'' lake Charvak is a water reservoir in the northern part of the Tashkent region. Located 60km far from Tashkent it separates Ugam, Pskem and Chatkal mo...
Beldersay is a popular mountain ski resort in the Gazalkent area of the Tashkent region. It is just 80 km far from Tashkent, the capital of Uzbekistan. It is also near to another f...
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