Tajikistan has them all. Be it the old jewels of the Wakhan Valley or the recently opened parks, conventional fortresses, and monuments or chic bazaars, Tajikistan offers its visitors a complete holiday Package.The country has a lot of surprise and amusements in store for them.
The Masjid Jami mosque
The Masjid Jami Mosque is used for its religious purposes. The Masjid and the Madrassas are located on Bazaar Square.
St. Nicholas Cathedral
Located close to the Central city cemetery or the Russian Cemetery as the locals call it, St. Nicholas Cathedral is the main Pravoslav church of Dushanbe.
30km away from the city is the Hissar Fortress. In addition to the fortress, there are two plain madrassahs.
The Rudaki Museum
The Rudaki museum exhibits frescoes from the ancient city of Panjakent that depict a battle, a banquet and other daily life scenes. You can also find statues of Zoroastrian divinity and a wooden statue of a dancing woman in the museum.
It also highlights exhibits from Sarazm, a Neolithic site a few kilometres apart from artefacts and frescoes from the archaeological site nearby the city.
Ayni Opera and Ballet Theatre Dushanbe
The place regularly has free or cheap concerts sponsored by embassies and traveling companies.
The Ismail Somoni monument
Located on the left bank of Syrdarya, this new monument stands on top of a hill surrounded by fountains. The main feature of the monument includes the light, music and colour show displayed every evening.
Julander is a hot spring, high altitude resort that offers a wonderful climb behind the springs.
The Jisev Valley is a beautiful briefing point of an adventurous hike. The hike begins with the suspension bridge.
The Pamir Highway is probably the second highest road on earth and it crosses the Pamir Mountains through Tajikistan, Afghanistan, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan. A major part of the highway lies in Tajikistan and is one of the chief tourist draw cards.
The Dushanbe Zoological Park or the Dushanbe Zoo is located next to the Pamir Stadium and estimates about twice the size of the stadium. The zoo founded in 1960, lies in the hub of the city on the Luchob river bank.
Dushanbe Botanical Gardens
The Botanical Gardens are the best place to escape the dust and noise of the traffic in Dushanbe. A small forest with plenty of greenery is a quiet and peaceful place for newlywed couples.
It is a hot mineral spring situated at an elevation of 2,325 m above sea level. Garm-Chashma runs through the Ishkashim District of Gorno-Badakhshan Autonomous Province in Tajikistan.
The spring is a few thousand years old. The deposits further cascade down to the Garm-Chashma River.
Escape the heat with a visit to Delfin Aquapark, one of the favored holiday spots in the city. The park boasts a half-Olympic pool, kid’s pool with slides, and multiple slides for adults.
The Korvon Bazaar
A bazaar with an extensive indoor apparel and shoe section, the Korvon is also the place you can go to find fabric rugs, although all of the rugs come from Turkey and not Tajikistan. However, the bazaar has a smaller food section and is much cheaper than the Shakhmansur Bazaar.
The biggest bazaar in downtown Dushanbe with a huge variety of cheaply available foods that includes fresh fruits and vegetables, nuts, spices, meats, dried fruit and bread. You can also find household products an odd assortment of tools in the centre of the market.
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