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Samarkand – The Capital of Tamerlane

Samarkand is situated in the valley of the river Zerafshan. It is the second largest city of Uzbekistan and is of the same age as the city of Babylon or Rome.

The history of Samarkand is about 2,750 years old and has witnessed many upheavals during the times of Alexander the Great, the Arabic Conquest, Genghis-Khan Conquest and lastly Tamerlane’s. Hence, the culture of Samarkand was developed and mixed together with the Iranian, Indian, Mongolian and a bit of the Western and Eastern cultures.

Samarkand, Uzbekistan

Majestic and beautiful city Samarkand has a marvelous and attractive power. Poets and historians of the past called it “Rome of the East, The beauty of sublunary countries, The pearl of the Eastern Muslim World”. Its advantageous geographical position in the Zarafshan valley puts Samarkand to the first place among cities of Central Asia.

Over the history this legendary city on the Silk Road went through growths and decays, suffered from destroying invasions of foreign rulers and again revived, becoming more beautiful. Trade routes to the west, to Persia, to the east, to China, to the south, to India, intersected here and formed intersections of the Silk Road.

Today Samarkand is the treasure of unique antiquity spirit. It is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List due to the abundance of material and spiritual values. Unique monuments of ancient architecture, heritage of scientific and arts schools, artisans workshops are well-known around the world.

Samarkand Pictures

DO's in Uzbekistan

Make it happen

Explore the capital of Tamerlane

Visit Bukhara, Holy land of 7000 saints

Walk in Ichan-Qala Fortress in Khiva

Try Uzbek Food: pilaf, samosa, shurpa, manti, etc.

Watch Kupkari (Ulak) – nomadic horce racing

Explore Sarmish Say petroglyphs (Bronze Age)

See Aralsea, a desert sea bed

Enjoy avant-garde art at Savitsky Museum

Observe traditional silk making

Learn how paper is made from mulberry

Make your pottery ware in Gijduvan

Visit Charvak: artificial lake in Uzbek mountains

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