The largest park in the Uzbek capital is Alisher Navoi National Park. Green wealth is appropriately situated in the urban core. The park was laid out on the place of a quarry of a brick factory. Now the area of the park is 65 hectares. The building was carried out by the Komsomol members of Tashkent in the 30s.
Amir Timur Square The history of the square in the center of Tashkent named after Amir Timur, the commander and founder of a huge medieval empire, began as early as in the XIX century, when Tashkent was the center of the Turkestan Military Command, composing the Russian Empire.
Nowadays, the Art Gallery of Uzbekistan is one of the most modern museums of Uzbekistan and it is equipped with all the necessities to store and display the pictures. The Gallery was reconstructed and received its new look in a short period of time after its establishment.
Chorsu Bazaar is located behind a distinctly looking 16th century Kukeldash Madrassah and the Friday Mosque in Tashkent. For many centuries Chorsu bazaar have been one of the busiest bazaars in Central Asia, since it is located on the Silk route. The location hasn’t changed in all these years but the old buildings have been replaced by modern ones. But here, locals still source for spices, vegetables, dried fruits, traditional and modern apparel, including carpets.
Tashkent’s first ecological park came to an end, it is certain to be a favorite spot with many people, particularly those who seek quality pastime and maintain healthy lifestyles. The Ecopark is a call for people in Tashkent to spend more time in the open air with friends and loved ones and learn to care for the environment amidst the booming technologies and rapid change.
City central Eco Park, in honor of Zakhiriddin Mukhammad Bobur, is a social project combining different activities. Jogging tracks, outdoor gym, yoga terrace, football and volleyball zones are present in the park. The park is built around a lake with its own island.
The Independence Square or Uzbek also known as Plaza Mustaqillik Maydoni, is the most important thing Square in Tashkent, and the square is the administrative heart of the capital of Uzbekistan because it is surrounded by public buildings since along this square is the Cabinet of Ministers, the Ministry of Finance, Agriculture, and the Senate.
Being one of the greenest parks in Tashkent, Gafur Gulyam Park covers 23 acres. The whole area of the park is covered with large old plane trees that make the park a true oasis in the midst of asphalt roads and concrete building of the city.
Independence and Humanitarianism Monument in Tashkent: Find opening hours and directions, compare prices before booking, see photos, and read reviews The Independence Monument is in the Independence Square and the principle of the square if one enters Sharaf Rashidov Avenue and next to the Arc Ezgulik [.
Hazrat Imam Mosque. Construction of a mosque done in the shortest time (four months) in 2007 on the initiative of President Islam Karimov. The mosque itself is a unique symbol of Tashkent architectural style: at the entrance to the mosque there is a terrace with twenty-carved columns of sandalwood. The mosque also has two large blue domes, the interior of which is decorated with gold leaf as in madrassah Tillakari in Samarkand.
Madrasah of Abdulkasim Sheikh Medresse Abulkassim This medresse is considered to be one of the biggest architectural monument of Beshyoghoch daha resulting from many years of experience, successes and traditions of Middle Ages architecture, it was built in harmony with Muyi Muborak khonaqo by Abulkassim eshon.
Tashkent, Uzbekistan and Central Asia’s largest city (approx. population 3 million) is a relatively new city. Unlike Samarkand and Bukhara, there are no ancient mosques or structures to see. The construction is either Soviet or post-1991 modern Uzbek.
The Minor mosque is one of new sights of Tashkent located in the new part of the city, not far from the UzExpoCentre and Hotel International. It was opened on 1 October 2014, on the eve of the Eid holiday, and has become one of the favorite places of city residents for evening strolls.
Welcome to Monument to Courage in Tashkent. Here you will find information, view photos and read tourist reviews of Monument to Courage in Tashkent. The monument was built in 1976 to the 10-th anniversary of the terrible earthquake that destroyed almost half of the city.
Uzbekistan; Tashkent; Amir Timur Square; Amir Timur Square. The history of the square in the center of Tashkent named after Amir Timur, the commander and founder of a huge medieval empire, began as early as in the XIX century, when Tashkent was the center of the Turkestan Military Command, composing the Russian Empire.
About Museum of Nature Welcome to Museum of Nature in Tashkent. Here you will find information, view photos and read tourist reviews of Museum of Nature in Tashkent. Here you will find information, view photos and read tourist reviews of Museum of Nature in Tashkent.
Museum of Olympic Glory (Uzbek: Olimpiya shon-shuhrati muzeyi) is a museum in Tashkent, dedicated to the Olympic movement. The main goal of the Museum of Olympic Glory is the organization of exhibitions of exhibits demonstrating achievements of Uzbek athletes at the Olympic Games.
The Tashkent Railway Museum was opened on 4 August 1989, in honour of the 100th anniversary of the Uzbek Railway. The museum is a section of railwaymen’s Central Palace of Culture. The Tashkent Railway Museum was included in the global association of engineering museums, and its present-day collection ranks among the most interesting collections of the world’s museums of this type.
The new clock tower looks identical to the first one but turned round to opposite site. After the restoration the Tashkent clock tower became more remarkable. They say that it is ideal place for meetings since couples of sweethearts meet right under this clock tower.
The Sacred Heart Cathedral or more formally the Cathedral of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, sometimes also known as the "Polish Church" is the name given to a religious building belonging to the Roman Catholic Church and is located in the street Sadiq Asimov, Tashkent city, east of Uzbekistan.. This is a relatively new structure that was built in the early twentieth century.
State museum of history of Uzbekistan is the one of the oldest museums of the Central Asia. The museum fund lists over 250,000 exhibits, including over 60,000 archeological, over 80,000 numismatic and 16,000 ethnographical items reflecting Uzbek history from the primitive times up to the present.
Tashkent Circus Information about modern Uzbek circus in Tashkent city The modern circus appeared in our country more than 100 years ago, at the end of the 19 th-beginning of the 20 th century, when first circus groups from Russia and European countries came on tour to the Turkestan krai.
Tashkent Planetarium, Located near the Chorsu Bazaar is a place where you can realize your dreams. The Tashkent planetarium has a show and exhibition halls. In the showcase room, which seats 50-60 people, is the main equipment that is designed to demonstrate the starry sky and the planets of the solar system.
The Tashkent Television Tower (Uzbek: Toshkent Teleminorasi) is a 375-metre-high (1,230 ft) tower, located in Tashkent, Uzbekistan and is the 11th tallest tower in the world. Construction started in 1978 and it began operation 6 years later, on 15 January 1985.
Tashkent Land Amusement park is - the largest and most modern fleet of Tashkent city, is part of the recreational and entertainment complex of UzExpoCentre, which also includes famous Japanese Garden and Aqua Park in Tashkent. Tashkent Land is considered to be one of the best amusement parks in Tashkent.
Tillya Sheikh Mosque history. Tillya Sheikh Mosque in Uzbekistan was constructed in 1903 by the means of one Tashkent traders Tillya Sheikh. Being one of the richest men, he was fair and generous. This man was educated enough, knew the Koran well and was the faithful Muslim. Tillya Sheikh had big flocks of sheep.
Welcome to Aqua Park in Tashkent. Here you will find information, view photos and read tourist reviews of Aqua Park in Tashkent. Located in the north of Tashkent, close to the Tashkent TV Towers, Aqua Park is the largest swimming area in Tashkent.