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Interesting locations - of Uzbekistan
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Karakalpakstan Republic
Karakalpakstan Republic
Karakalpakstan Republic

Karakalpakstan Republic

Nukus is the capital of the Autonomous Republic of Karakalpakstan, which is part of the Republic of Uzbekistan, its administrative, economic, scientific and cultural center. The capital of Karakalpakstan is rich in sights. Nukus is often visited by tourists from different countries, since the city is the starting point of a journey to the little-known world of Ustyurt and the shores of the disappearing Aral Sea.

Khorezm region
Khorezm region
Khorezm region

Khorezm region

Khorezm region is the most ancient and truly unique region of Uzbekistan. The first records about Khorezm are noted in the book of the Zoroastrians "Avesta". Therefore, this region is considered one of the cradles of human civilization. At the beginning of the first millennium of our era, the mighty state of the Khorezmshahs was formed here, which later fell from the invasion of the army of Genghis Khan.

Navoi region
Navoi region
Navoi region

Navoi region

Navoi is a real oasis in the steppe. The city is of great economic importance and is a large industrial center in the western part of Uzbekistan. Although the city is young, this area and the surroundings of the present city of Navoi have a rich history, in ancient times the Great Silk Road passed here. The city got its name in honor of the great Uzbek poet, scientist and statesman Alisher Navoi.

Bukhara region
Bukhara region
Bukhara region

Bukhara region

One of the most ancient cities of Uzbekistan. Bukhara was once the center of the Islamic world. Lyabi-Khauz, Kukeldash Madrasah, Ark Fortress Museum, Kalyan Minaret and many other locations, with a visit to which a person will find himself in an oriental fairy tale. Bukhara is famous as the birthplace of great scientists. Tourists are interested in this place because concerts, fashion shows of Uzbek outfits and many other bright events are held here.

Samarkand region
Samarkand region
Samarkand region

Samarkand region

Samarkand is one of the most ancient cities in the world and is the second largest city in the Republic of Uzbekistan. Throughout its history, Samarkand has repeatedly been subjected to destructive raids and conquests, fell into complete decline and was revived anew. Modern Samarkand carefully preserves the unique spirit of antiquity, because there are few places where you can find such a concentration of material and spiritual values.

Kashkadarya region
Kashkadarya region

Kashkadarya region

Kashkadarya region is located in the southern part of Uzbekistan, in the basin of the Kashkadarya river, on the western slopes of the Pamir-Alai. Special mention should be made of the natural resources of the region. The Gissar state reserve was formed as a result of the merger of the Kyzylkum mountain spruce reserve with the Mirakinsky reserve. Kashkadarya is the birthplace of the great Amir Temur and is rich in ancient cities. Places like Shakhrisabz and Yerkurgan are favorite places of touris

Jizzakh region
Jizzakh region
Jizzakh region

Jizzakh region

The city of Jizzak is the administrative center of the region, with a population of 141 thousand people. It is located at an altitude of 450 meters above sea level, on the Sangzor River. Now the city has all the modern urban infrastructure. The heart is Zaamin - Uzbek Switzerland. Stunning landscapes and the purest mountain air, a variety of fauna and flora, ancient pilgrimage sites and a unique national health resort.

Surkhandarya region
Surkhandarya region

Surkhandarya region

Surkhandarya region is notable for mountain ecotourism. In the region, you can see the incredible beauty of the natural landscape: caves, massifs, gorges. These places attract a lot of attention of travelers and adventure seekers. Here you can get acquainted with the monuments of the distant past, including open-air museums, Buddhist temples, ruins of settlements, ancient fortresses, places of worship. Buddhist temple complex "Fayaztepa", ensemble "Sultan-Saoda", Baysuntau - all this is Surkhand

Syrdarya region
Syrdarya region

Syrdarya region

Located on the banks of one of the longest rivers in Central Asia, the Syr Darya, fishing and agritourism are popular in the region. The history of the region originated over 3 thousand years ago. You can come to the region for fishing, and Syrdarya is also the birthplace of Mirzachul melon, famous all over the world for its unforgettable aroma and sweetest taste.

Tashkent region
Tashkent region
Tashkent region

Tashkent region

Located in the north-west of Uzbekistan, between a part of the Tien Shan mountains and the Syrdarya river. Convenient geographical location speaks of the great ecotourism potential of the region. Particularly noteworthy are the districts and cities of Bostanlik, Parkent, Zangiota, Angren and Almalyk, which are leaders in the field of tourism. Charvak reservoir, Ugam-Chatkal natural park and all-season mountain resort Amirsoy - what could be better in order to be inspired by the beauty of nature.

Namangan region
Namangan region
Namangan region

Namangan region

Namangan is a city of flowers. In the vast territories of the Namangan region, rich deposits of gold, copper, lead, oil and gas have been discovered. At the same time, the Namangan region is the place of the best gardeners and winegrowers in their field, and the city of Chust, the center of handicrafts, is famous for making knives, which are popular not only in Uzbekistan, but also abroad. Another feature of the region is the numerous springs of mineral water with medicinal properties.

Fergana region
Fergana region
Fergana region

Fergana region

Fergana is called the cradle of ancient civilizations. It is located in the middle of the Pamir-Alai and Tien Shan mountain systems. The name of the region means "valley surrounded by mountains". Cities such as Kokand, Margilan, Rishtan are a valuable historical heritage of the entire Central Asian people. Fergana is famous not only for great scientists, but also for wonderful artisans. After all, it is here that all directions of Uzbek applied art are developed by dynasties.

Andijan region
Andijan region
Andijan region

Andijan region

The smallest in area, but the most densely populated region of Uzbekistan. The history of the region begins with the mention of the emergence here in the 6th century BC. the ancient state of Davan. There are more than 400 tourist sites in the region. The center is the city of Andijan, which was located on the Great Silk Road. The ancient settlement of Mingtepa, the Imam Ota Mausoleum, the Khanabad sanatorium, the Jome architectural complex, the old fortress of Hala - speak of the ancient and mod

Nukus is the capital of the Autonomous Republic of Karakalpakstan, which is part of the Republic of Uzbekistan, its administrative, economic, scientific and cultural center. The capital of Karakalpakstan is rich in sights. Nukus is often visited by tourists from different countries, since the city is the starting point of a journey to the little-known world of Ustyurt and the shores of the disappearing Aral Sea.
Khorezm region is the most ancient and truly unique region of Uzbekistan. The first records about Khorezm are noted in the book of the Zoroastrians "Avesta". Therefore, this region is considered one of the cradles of human civilization. At the beginning of the first millennium of our era, the mighty state of the Khorezmshahs was formed here, which later fell from the invasion of the army of Genghis Khan.
Navoi is a real oasis in the steppe. The city is of great economic importance and is a large industrial center in the western part of Uzbekistan. Although the city is young, this area and the surroundings of the present city of Navoi have a rich history, in ancient times the Great Silk Road passed here. The city got its name in honor of the great Uzbek poet, scientist and statesman Alisher Navoi.
One of the most ancient cities of Uzbekistan. Bukhara was once the center of the Islamic world. Lyabi-Khauz, Kukeldash Madrasah, Ark Fortress Museum, Kalyan Minaret and many other locations, with a visit to which a person will find himself in an oriental fairy tale. Bukhara is famous as the birthplace of great scientists. Tourists are interested in this place because concerts, fashion shows of Uzbek outfits and many other bright events are held here.
Samarkand is one of the most ancient cities in the world and is the second largest city in the Republic of Uzbekistan. Throughout its history, Samarkand has repeatedly been subjected to destructive raids and conquests, fell into complete decline and was revived anew. Modern Samarkand carefully preserves the unique spirit of antiquity, because there are few places where you can find such a concentration of material and spiritual values.
Kashkadarya region is located in the southern part of Uzbekistan, in the basin of the Kashkadarya river, on the western slopes of the Pamir-Alai. Special mention should be made of the natural resources of the region. The Gissar state reserve was formed as a result of the merger of the Kyzylkum mountain spruce reserve with the Mirakinsky reserve. Kashkadarya is the birthplace of the great Amir Temur and is rich in ancient cities. Places like Shakhrisabz and Yerkurgan are favorite places of touris
The city of Jizzak is the administrative center of the region, with a population of 141 thousand people. It is located at an altitude of 450 meters above sea level, on the Sangzor River. Now the city has all the modern urban infrastructure. The heart is Zaamin - Uzbek Switzerland. Stunning landscapes and the purest mountain air, a variety of fauna and flora, ancient pilgrimage sites and a unique national health resort.
Surkhandarya region is notable for mountain ecotourism. In the region, you can see the incredible beauty of the natural landscape: caves, massifs, gorges. These places attract a lot of attention of travelers and adventure seekers. Here you can get acquainted with the monuments of the distant past, including open-air museums, Buddhist temples, ruins of settlements, ancient fortresses, places of worship. Buddhist temple complex "Fayaztepa", ensemble "Sultan-Saoda", Baysuntau - all this is Surkhand
Located on the banks of one of the longest rivers in Central Asia, the Syr Darya, fishing and agritourism are popular in the region. The history of the region originated over 3 thousand years ago. You can come to the region for fishing, and Syrdarya is also the birthplace of Mirzachul melon, famous all over the world for its unforgettable aroma and sweetest taste.
Located in the north-west of Uzbekistan, between a part of the Tien Shan mountains and the Syrdarya river. Convenient geographical location speaks of the great ecotourism potential of the region. Particularly noteworthy are the districts and cities of Bostanlik, Parkent, Zangiota, Angren and Almalyk, which are leaders in the field of tourism. Charvak reservoir, Ugam-Chatkal natural park and all-season mountain resort Amirsoy - what could be better in order to be inspired by the beauty of nature.
Namangan is a city of flowers. In the vast territories of the Namangan region, rich deposits of gold, copper, lead, oil and gas have been discovered. At the same time, the Namangan region is the place of the best gardeners and winegrowers in their field, and the city of Chust, the center of handicrafts, is famous for making knives, which are popular not only in Uzbekistan, but also abroad. Another feature of the region is the numerous springs of mineral water with medicinal properties.
Fergana is called the cradle of ancient civilizations. It is located in the middle of the Pamir-Alai and Tien Shan mountain systems. The name of the region means "valley surrounded by mountains". Cities such as Kokand, Margilan, Rishtan are a valuable historical heritage of the entire Central Asian people. Fergana is famous not only for great scientists, but also for wonderful artisans. After all, it is here that all directions of Uzbek applied art are developed by dynasties.
The smallest in area, but the most densely populated region of Uzbekistan. The history of the region begins with the mention of the emergence here in the 6th century BC. the ancient state of Davan. There are more than 400 tourist sites in the region. The center is the city of Andijan, which was located on the Great Silk Road. The ancient settlement of Mingtepa, the Imam Ota Mausoleum, the Khanabad sanatorium, the Jome architectural complex, the old fortress of Hala - speak of the ancient and mod