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May 2018
Museum of the History of Timurids (also called Amir Timur Museum) was established in Tashkent in 2006. Today it is an important landmark in the city. The grandiose building of the Amir Timur Museum is an example of refine architecture, in the style of the oriental architecture: a round building is topped by a huge blue...
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National currency of Uzbekistan is sum (also som, soum) and tiyin. This currency has been put into circulation in Uzbekistan since 1994 and today is the only means of payment. In circulation there are banknotes of the following value: 100,200,500, 1000, 5000, 10000 and 50000 sums. All the banknotes differ in color. It is mainly cultural and historic monuments...
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What’s a trip abroad without souvenirs? Souvenirs are not just gifts for friends and relatives, but also a keepsake, a part of the country which you have visited. In Uzbekistan where culture mixed nomadic and farming traditions you will find a lot of Uzbek souvenirs to be taken with you. What souvenirs can be purchased...
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Uzbek cuisine is one of the most savoury and various in tastes cuisine in Central Asia. Only names of appetizing Uzbek food make one’s mouth water. Plov, manti, shurpa, Kebab, lagman, samsa have such wonderful smell that one can’t resist the temptation to taste all these dishes piping hot. Plov – a pilaf dish, it is...
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Uzbekistan is a secular state, where representatives of different religions and confessions live together. According to the official data, today there are 2225 registered religious organizations, 16 different religious confessions. This varied ethnic image of Uzbekistan states that there is high tolerance to the issue of religion in the country. The Constitution of Uzbekistan protects...
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Uzbekistan Culture: Ancient Heritage Uzbekistan culture is very colorful and distinctive. It has been formed over millenniums and has taken in traditions and customs of various nations settled on the territory of today Uzbekistan. The main contribution to the development was made by ancient Iranians, nomad Turkic tribes, Arabs, Chinese, Russians. Traditions of multinational Uzbekistan reflected...
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Uzbekistan’s climate is classified as continental, with hot summers and cool winters. Summer temperatures often surpass 40 °C (104 °F); winter temperatures average about −2 °C (28 °F), but may fall as low as −40 °C (−40 °F). Most of the country also is quite arid, with average annual rainfall amounting to between 100 and...
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  Uzbekistan: General Information Short review Formal name: The Republic of Uzbekistan Location of Uzbekistan:The Republic of Uzbekistan is situated between the rivers of Amudarya and Syrdarya and occupies 448,9 thousand square km. The span of the territory from the west to the east is 1,425 km and from the north to the south — 930...
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We get it. You’re working overtime because you’ve got a (halal) mortgage to pay, you’re putting your four kids through Islamic school, and on top of it all your spouse is complaining that you don’t spend enough time with the family. You’re stuck in the daily grind with no way out, thinking that a vacation,...
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I take off at every opportunity I can, be it with family, friends or alone, exploring, photographing and documenting interesting stuff in exotic destinations and taking the odd selfie to make friends jealous along the way (actually I rarely go to exotic destinations and am still struggling to work the ‘selfie’ feature on my phone...
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A mosque (Masjid) is a holy place for Muslims where they worship the Almighty. A mosque is a place that brings together all the Muslims and unites them under the umbrella of Islam. Unlike in the worldly norms, no one is superior than or inferior to another person. Islam is a religion of peace, love...
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