Tourism in Uzbekistan, 10 Reasons to Visit Uzbekistan

Tourism in Uzbekistan, 10 Reasons to Visit Uzbekistan. Uzbekistan, which is one of the most important points of the Silk Road, is a state in Central Asia that has been separated from the Soviet Socialist Republics and gained its independence. The capital city of Uzbekistan, Tashkent was one of the largest cities after Moscow and San Petersburg in Russia, and today it is the biggest capital of Central Asia.

1,857,000 tourists visited Uzbekistan in 2017. Uzbekistan attracts the most tourists from Russia. Countries that follow Russia in turn are; Turkey, India, South Korea and Germany. Here are 10 reasons to visit Uzbekistan.

1. Minor Mosque

Minor Mosque

The Minor Mosque, located in Tashkent, capital of Uzbekistan, is the most modern mosque of the country that was built in 2015. The mosque is built with the highest level of technology and has a remarkable architectural structure.

2. Independence Square

Independence Square

Independence Square, located in Tashkent, the capital city of the country, is one of the first places you should visit. On this square are large green spaces, trees, pools, statues and huge buildings. Apart from these, there are cafes, hotels, restaurants, night spots, shopping centers, walking and cycling routes. In short, this is where the heart of the city is laid.

3. Amir Timur Museum

Amir Timur Museum

Amir Timur Museum, located in Tashkent, is a museum opened on 18 October 1996. This museum is dedicated to Commander Timur in the 660th year of the birth of Timur, one of the greatest commanders of Turkish history. The museum is made up of a small building with a blue dome. There are many sculptures in and around the building. Please visit this museum for detailed information about Turkish History and Timur. It is an important museum in the illumination of Turkish history.

4. Japanese Garden

Japanese Garden

Japane Garden, located in Tashkent, is the most important resting place of the country. There are many plant species in this garden. Especially the scenery is very fascinating, and the visitors here are amazed. There is a wonderful creek in the garden. This is where the fish and ducks live. You can come here with your loved ones and walk around in the garden and relax.

5. Shahrisabz

Shahrisabz

Shahrisabz, 50 km south of Samarkand, is one of the oldest cities in Central Asia and has a history of about 2,700 years. For this reason, the city has an important place for the Turkish world and it is possible to see many historical buildings belonging to the Turkish World. These historic sites have been added to the UNESCO World Heritage list for 2000 years.

6. Namangan

Namangan

Namangan, north of the Fergana Valley, east of Uzbekistan, is the second largest city in the country. There are about 500,000 living here. The city has maintained its position as a trading city for many years. Visit this city to see the history and culture of the country closer.

7. Bukhara

Bukhara

Bukhara, one of the oldest settlements in Central Asia, is a historic city on the border with Uzbekistan. This city has been the capital of many states. It has a date of about 2,500 years. There are many historical buildings in the city and these buildings were taken to the World Heritage List by UNESCO.

8. Semerkand

Semerkand

Situated in the valley of the Zeravshan River, Samarkand is the third most populous city in Uzbekistan. It dates back to the 8th century BC. This city has been home to many states. For this reason, there are many museums, madrasahs, mosques, monuments and historical buildings in the city. These structures entered the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2001. If you come here, you must visit this city and visit the city’s buildings.

9. Andijan

Andijan

Located on the eastern tip of the country, Andijan is the fourth largest city in Uzbekistan. This city has been popular for many years with the quality of silk and cotton fabrics. Apart from this, it is necessary to mention that the city is a historical city. But in the earthquake that took place in 1902, all the buildings were seriously damaged. There are only a few mosques, madrasas and historical buildings in the city.

10. Khiva

Khiva

Khiva, linked to the Xorazm province of Uzbekistan, is located on the western bank of the Ceyhun River. The city’s history dates back to the 6th century. What makes the city attractive is its authentic image and Zoroastrianism is the center of religion. There are many historic buildings here, and these were listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1991.

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