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National Geographic tells of the wonders of Samarkand

The popular science geography magazine National Geographic presented its readers with an article “The Controversy Behind the Ancient Wonders of the Silk Road City,” in which the author talks about the historical sights of Samarkand. The text states that every traveler who dreams of discovering …

Rest in Samarkand – the most ancient city of Central Asia

Samarkand-Registan

Samarkand is a jewel box filled with unique sights. The city has a fantastic atmosphere thanks to its incredible views, national cuisine establishments and hospitable locals. Samarkand is the same age as Ancient Rome, so no one can doubt that its expanses really have something …

What to present your beloved person for Valentine’s Day – a tour to Uzbekistan on February 14

14 February

Already thinking about what to surprise the other half on February 14? You are doing everything right. After all, it is necessary to prepare for good gifts, which are aimed at obtaining vivid impressions. If you want to not just give a gift, but also …

“Uzbekistan Temir Yullari” launches daily Afrosiab trains between Tashkent and Bukhara. The train will also stop in Samarkand

“Uzbekistan Temir Yullari” will launch a daily high-speed train Afrosiab between Tashkent and Bukhara from December 27, 2021 to January 9, 2022. The train will also make stops in Samarkand and Navoi, Podrobno.uz reported. This is done to create more convenience for passengers during New …

An “Eternal City” for artisans is being built in Samarkand

On the territory of Silk Road Samarkand resort are created objects that will allow you to get acquainted with traditional ancient crafts, without leaving the comfort of the complex. Crafts center “Eternal City” will be located on an area of 4 hectares. The project includes …

Nowruz (Navroz) – The Oriental New Year in Uzbekistan

Nawruz

Nowruz or Navroz is one of the biggest celebration in Central Asia and widely celebrating in Uzbekistan Nowruz is a celebration of the New Year in many Eastern countries, which according to the astronomical solar calendar is celebrated on March 21. The word “Nowruz” means …

Azure City. How the pearl of Uzbekistan looks like now and why it is worth a visit in winter

40-50 years ago, Samarkand was one of the main tourist destinations in the USSR: people who did not have access to “foreign countries” went there for the Central Asian exoticism, preserved partly by miracle, partly due to the efforts of Soviet restorers. But since the …