There are 110 unique historical museums in Uzbekistan, 98 of them, including parts of the state galleries, are under the supervision of the Ministry of Culture and Sports of the Republic of Uzbekistan. The biggest number of historical centers is situated in Tashkent, the capital of Uzbekistan. Other fascinating Uzbekistan exhibition halls are situated in real vacationer urban communities, for example, Samarkand, Bukhara, and Khiva.
The most popular Tashkent museums in Uzbekistan are the Museum of History, State Museum of Art, the Museum of Applied Arts and numerous others that have existed for more than quite a few years.
The composition at historical centers, workmanship focuses and craftsmanship exhibitions that have shown up as of late in Tashkent - at the turn of twentieth - 21st centuries, for example, Amir Timur Museum, Center of National Arts, the Palace of Youth Creativity, Center of connected expressions in Abul-Kasim madrasah and others, are far not less fascinating.
Out of the dozen of exhibition halls situated in Samarkand Afrosiyob Museum of Foundation of Samarkand, International Museum of Peace and Solidarity, Memorial Museum of Mirzo Ulugbek situated alongside the observatory of the remarkable researcher, are the most famous.
Most museums are situated in the core of the city, and it is anything but difficult to visit every one of them without a moment's delay when you are in Samarkand.
Samarkand is a standout amongst the eldest urban areas of the world. The soonest reference to Samarkand is found in the confirmation of counterparts and members of Alexander the Great's victories: in 329 BC, the city was referred to them as Marakanda. Various archeological finds made in Samarkand demonstrate that individuals have been living here for centuries.
Museums of Bukhara are mostly in the architectural landmarks of the city and it isn't so surprising, in light of the fact that Bukhara itself is a historical center city with more than 140 saved medieval mosques, madrasahs, royal residences, and catacombs.
The biggest museum of Bukhara is the Bukhara State Architectural and Art Museum, situated in the Ark post. Its various branches and article involved the most well-known attractions in Bukhara: Lyabi-Hauz, Sitorai Mokhi-Khosa Palace, Chashma-Ayub, and different spots visited by occupants and travelers.
Termez is a standout amongst the most antiquated urban areas of Central Asia. Special compositional landmarks of the Kushan time frame, especially Airatam Buddhist sanctuary unpredictable, one of the building jewels of Central Asia of the Kushan time frame, are situated in Termez.
Various unearthings there have uncovered antiquated archeological discoveries of the Greco-Bactrian, Kushan times of the Central Asian history, which, after various examinations, have been stored with the Museum of History of Uzbekistan and Termez Archeological Museum.
Kokand once being a capital of the Khanate of Kokand is a vast exchange, modern and social focus of the Fergana Valley. The city's history goes back to antiquated days: a thousand years prior, this locale was occupied with crude individuals, and in the X century there showed up the city of Kokand which in the XIX century wound up a standout amongst the greatest ones in the entire Central Asian area.
Today one can get comfortable with the historical backdrop of Kokand in the Regional Studies Museum housed in the Khudoyar-Khan's Palace.