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ANCIENT AND MODERN CITIES OF UZBEKISTAN

  Have you ever dreamed to visit fairy tale cities from 1001 nights? Now you have a great opportunity to travel back to many thousand years of history and antiquity. This links will navigate you trough the cities that glitter with historic figures of Alexander the Great, Tamerlane, Moghul Baber the Lion, Marco Polo, Umar Khayam, Avisenna and a lot of other outstanding people.

The capital of Uzbekistan and the fourth-largest and most dynamic city in Central Asia and CIS countries.
Samarkand is the mythical, evocative name of one of the key trading cities of the ancient Silk Road. One of the most ancient cities in the world.
The Oasis of the Kyzyl Kum desert, known from 3rd century B.C.
Khiva is one of the most remote of Central Asia's Great Silk Road cities, a fascinating desert town, preserved in its entirety since medieval times.
Meaning "green city" in Persian, Shakhrizabs is a small and pleasant provincial town and hometown of Tamerlaine located in the foothills of the Pamir mountains.
The town of Kokand placed in west part of Fergana valley is one of the oldest towns in Uzbekistan known at least for last 10 centuries.
One of the most beautiful places in Uzbekistan.
Margilan is one of the most ancient cities in Central Asia. Presently it has a total area of 50 square km, supporting a population of 165 thousand of inhabitants.

 

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