25 Incredible Photos Of Uzbekistan Which Inspire You To Start Planning To Visit Uzbekistan

Uzbekistan is well known for its wonderful architecture at the Silk Road route. It has three main destinations like Samarkand, Bukhara, and Khiva. Each one of them is completely unique and so much different from each other and you will discover a lot of things along the way that Uzbekistan Travel has in store for you. With this tour, you are going to watch:

  • Marvels of ancient architecture that is still standing strong
  • Exceptionally picturesque mountains
  • Simple lifestyle and culture of the locals

Below you can have a small collection of our pictures that will inspire you to plan your Uzbekistan Trip:   

1. Tashkent – Hazrati Imam Complex

It is one of the most scenic architectural sites in Central Asia consisting of several mosques, madrassahs & shrines that are known as Barak-Khan Madrasah, Tilla Sheikh Mosque, Muyi Muborak Madrasah, Kaffal Shashi Mausoleum & Namazgoh Mosque.

2. Monument To Amir Timur

By visiting Amir Temur Square, you can throw your gaze at the monument of the outstanding commander and statesman of the XIV century Amir Timur.

3. Tashkent Metro

In order to visit any Uzbekistan Destination, you can use the Tashkent Metro. It is a rapid transit system which is serving the city of Tashkent. Interestingly, all its stations are the most complex in the world.

4. Khiva – Itchan Kala

The fortress town of Itchan Kala is the main point of attraction in Khiva. It is giving an impression of a town within a town for people who are watching it for the very first time during their Uzbekistan Travel.

5. Bukhara – Abdulaziz Khan Madrassah

Now coming to Bukhara, the Uzbekistan Tour Packages will show you a wide variety of places such as Abdulaziz-khan Madrasah. It is well-known in Bukhara for its artistic decoration.

6. Bukhara – Ulugbek Madrassah

It is one of central Asia’s oldest Madrassah & became a model for many others. The blue-tiled Medressa is one of the three built by Ulugbek.

7. Bukhara – Kalon Mosque

Kalon Mosque is a 16th-century congregational mosque and it is big enough for 10,000. Even, its courtyard has also some spectacular tile work.

8. Bukhara – Qo’ sh Madrassah

It is one of the terrific central Asiatic architectural works that you will find during your Uzbekistan Travel. The architectures of Madrassah boldly deviated from the standard rules in planning to make this medieval marvel possible.

9. Ark Of Bukhara

The Ark of Bukhara is also known as the Ark Fortress known for being a massive military structure that was inhabited by numerous royal figures in Bukhara. Today, the museum is covering the history of the fortress.

10. Bukhara – Chor Minor

As tourists, you are going to observe numerous Uzbekistan Tourist Attractions such as Chor Minor. Some people also called it Madrasah of KhalifNiyaz-kul. For onlookers who are watching it for the first time is a marvelous building located in the northeast of Lyab-i Hauz.

11. Bukhara – Emir’s Summer Palace

The Emir’s summer palace located in the outskirts of the city is a fascinating place to dive into the royal lifestyle of the court. It is also known as Sitorai-Mohi-Khosa, which means “A Star Similar to the Moon”.

12. Bukhara – Baha-Ud-Din Naqshband Bukhari Complex

Baha-Ud-Din Naqshband Bukhari Complex is the burial ground of Bahauddin Naqshbandi, the founder of Naqshbandi order.

13. Samarkand – Registan

It is an architectural complex which previously used to be a public square where people used to gather for the royal declarations. The complex is also characterized by Ulughbek Madrasah, Sher-Dor Madrasah & Tilya-Kori Madrasah.

14. Samarkand – Gur-E-Amir Mausoleum

This mausoleum is a family tomb of the Timurid Dynasty where Tamerlane & numerous other members of his family where were buried in Persian. It translates into the ‘Tomb of the king”.

15. Samarkand – Bibi-Khanym Mosque

For the sightseers, it is one of the most prominent monuments in Samarkand which is not only large but also magnificent at the same time. It was built by Tamerlane as a gift to his wife Bibi-Khanym which has now become a popular tourist spot in Samarkand.

16. Samarkand – The Best Uzbek Food

The city of Samarkand is known for providing the best Uzbek food such as Plov, Manti, Shurpa, Shashlyk, Lagman and Samsa that are not just delicious but are also some of the great appetizers.

17. A Golden Statue With A Globe On Top

At the entrance of the independence square, you will encounter a granite stand with the symbol of independence – the bronze ball representing the globe with an emblematic image of the Republic of Uzbekistan on it. 

18. Beautiful Gold Scripts Inside Amir Timur’s Mausoleum

You will also encounter attractive gold scripts inside Amir Timur’s museum which has many religious inscriptions such as ‘God is immortal.

19. Kamchik Pass In Eastern Uzbekistan

The Kamchik Pass is a high mountain pass located in the Qurama Mountains in eastern Uzbekistan & strategically an important route for providing access to the ground transport traveling between Tashkent & Namangan Regions in the Fergana Valley going around neighboring Tajikistan.

20. Beautiful Handmade Carpet

Uzbekistan is popular in the whole Central Asia Region for making carpets. The local artisans have acquired mastery in making some world class markets.

21. The Registan At Night.

Watching Registan on a night time is extremely awesome. People just love exploring this square on a night time.

22. Kukeldash Madrassa In Tashkent

It is medieval Madrassah in Tashkent located very close to the Chorsu bazaar & metro station. It is built of yellow brick and a traditional square shape with a big portal and an inner yard.

23. Chorsu Bazaar In Tashkent

This bazaar is also known as the center of public life as well as the breadwinner of the whole city.

24. Traditional Silk Clothes

As you know that the entire route of Central Asia is regarded as silk route hence the silk clothes are made in the traditional way by using silkworms.

25. Camp In Yurts, Kyzyl-Kum Desert

At last, Kyzyl-Kum Desert consists of red sands that have settled astride the edges of Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan. As far as camping in yurts is concerned, you are mostly going to encounter them at desert steppes where tribes still live & lead their lifestyle in a nomadic way.

Thus, in this way, you are going to collect some great photos throughout Uzbekistan Travel. It will be helpful in creating your own personal album or social media photos.

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