Uzbekistan — a country of ancient high culture
We can say with certainty that if from ancient times in Uzbekistan had remained only one city, it would be still visited by hundreds of tourists from Western Europe and Japan. The blue mosaic and majolica with an endless variety of ornament cannot leave indifferent any man.
Having been in Samarkand, you will realize that it is not for nothing called the Pearl of Central Asia and Rome of the East; and Bukhara, the buildings of which are not different in bright colors, will impress you with its historic center, and which preserved its spirit, at the same time not turning in " tourist reservation. "
Uzbekistan is a country of ancient high culture with its exceptional architectural patterns. Historical heritage and national traditions became the main breeding ground for the birth of Uzbek twenty-first century architecture. The rich experience of Uzbek architects and builders of the past fully helps to take into account the climatic conditions of the construction area.
Today huge restoration works are carried out in the historical cities in the framework of public policy of restoration of monuments and preservation of cultural heritage. Bibi Khanum Mosque in Samarkand and Kalyan in Bukhara again amaze by their architectural splendor. Shakhi Zinda necropolis in Samarkand, Chor-Bakr in Bukhara, a cult memorial complex of Sultan Saodat in Termez acquire the initial appearance. Large restoration works were undertaken in Samarkand, Bukhara, Khiva, Shakhrisabz, Kokand, Termez and Navoi. Bukhara, Khiva, Shakhrisabz, Samarkand are taken under protection by UNESCO as historic towns of value to all mankind. While visiting this page https://www.people-travels.com/uzbekistan-tours/, you will be able to book a tour to Uzbekistan, and see all the beauty of Uzbekistan with your own eyes.
The fertile countryside among the mountain ranges for a long time beckons travelers. In the IV century BC. Alexander the Great reached the Fergana Valley. Two centuries later a messenger from China Zhang Tsyan found in Fergana beautiful horses that were of incredible interest at the Emperor of China. Thus the first through roads from China to the Mediterranean — the Great Silk Road, were born.
Any city is the ancient. But there are also highlights. Khudoyar Khan Palace in Kokand, seems to materialize out of fairy tales of Thousand and one night. One should go to Rishtan for glazed ceramics. If you want to see how this beauty gets out of the hands of local craftsmen, then visit the museum-workshop of Rustam Usmanov. In Margilan visit the silk factory Yodgorlik where the whole way from silkworm pupa to colorful scarf is shown.
Today about Fergana valley they say that there is a real atmospheric Uzbekistan.
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