A tour of the capital of Uzbekistan will start from the religious center of modern Tashkent - Hast-i-Imam Square, where you can see the oldest manuscripts of Central Asia - the 7th century Koran Osman. Hast-i-Imam ensemble was formed on the grave of the famous scientist, expert on the Qur'an and Hadith, poet and craftsman Hazret Imam.
The continuation of the excursion will begin with the existing Kukeldash madrasah (16th c.) - this is one of the largest and surviving madrasas in Central Asia, which is located in the ancient place of Tashkent - Chorsu. Having visited Chorsu you will be able to get unforgettable impressions from oriental shops and memorable souvenirs of our Motherland.
Further, the route lies from the Museum of Applied Arts of Uzbekistan to Amir Timur Square, which is not without reason called that. In the center of the square is a monument to Timur. He is depicted on a horse, which characterizes his strength and courage. Not far from the square is the Amir Temur Museum, where you can study in detail everything that touched the hand of the great commander.
Theater Square is the place where the operetta theater named after Alisher Navoi, which was built during the Second World War, is located.