The capital of Uzbekistan - Tashkent - has existed for over 2,200 years. During this time, he has gone from an ancient settlement to the large cities of Central Asia. The city has seen many memorable events and trials, met the rise and decline. Tashkent - the very embodiment of modern elegance that is characteristic of many capitals of the world. As the eastern city, Tashkent has its unsurpassed flavor. The city harmoniously combines a medieval building with European architecture.
A visit to the religious center of modern Tashkent - Hast-Imam and, an examination of ancient manuscripts of Central Asia - Koran Osman 7. The ensemble Hast-Imam and formed on the grave of the famous scientist, expert on the Koran and the Hadith, the poet, Hazrat Imam artisan.
Visit acting Kukeldash (16th) - one of the largest surviving today madrassas in Central Asia. This madrasa is located near the Chorsu square in the historical part of Tashkent.
Further, the route lies from the Museum of Applied Arts of Uzbekistan to Amir Timur Square, which is not so-called. In the center of the square is a monument to Timur. He is depicted on horseback, which characterizes his strength and courage. Not far from the square is the museum of Amir Temur, where you can study in detail all that the hand of the great commander touched.
Theater Square is the place where the Alisher Navoi Operetta Theater is located, which was built during the Second World War.
Grand Samarkand - one of the oldest cities in the world, its 2750 years of age. Samarkand is situated in the picturesque valley of the Zarafshan River, surrounded by the Pamir-Alai mountains. Alexander the Great, Genghis Khan and Timur, who made Samarkand the capital of his vast empire, entered their names in the history of this famous city. Samarkand became a scientific and cultural center of the Middle East during the reign of the grandson of Timur - "scientist on the throne" Ulugbek.
Registan square with three sides surrounded by beautiful buildings: Ulugbek (1417 - 1420), Sher-Dor (1619 - 1636) and Tilla-Kari (1647 - 1660). All three of these madrassas fixed portals to the middle of the square and form a coherent ensemble composition. Each building is distinguished by its unusual decor - stone pattern on the walls and portals. Blue domes over the madrasas made of brick, and the outside is decorated with glazed tiles of it shines brightly in the sun.
Bibi Khanum. With Bibi Khanum connected a beautiful legend. According to that formidable ruler built a mosque for his beloved wife Bibi Khanum. Following the prosperous march to India Timur planned to build the biggest building of the East. Radiant walls, minarets significant, lengthy treated carved marble portal of the mosque glorify the name of Timur and his beloved wife.
Gur-Emir Mausoleum (14th century), where the ashes of the great commander Amir Timur, his sons Shahrukh and Miranshah, his grandson Ulugbek Muhammad Sultan. The spiritual mentor of Timur Mir Said Baraka also had the honor of being buried in this mausoleum.
Ensemble Shohi-i-Zinda. Ensemble Shohi-i-Zinda consists of eleven mausoleums, who joined up in succession to each other for 14 - 15 centuries. This unique and mysterious ensemble located near the settlement of Afrasiab. The ensemble is also called street-cemetery. The blue domes of mausoleums, heading into a chain into the distance, a bird's eye look like an elegant necklace.
Mausoleum of St. Daniel - a unique place of pilgrimage - the mausoleum of the spiritual guardian of Samarkand and prophet of three world religions - Hodge Daniyor (the biblical prophet Daniel).
Ulugbek Observatory. Ulugbek - a striking confirmation of significant development in the XIV-XV centuries in Central Asia, architecture, science, and culture.
A visit to the village of Koni Gil, a workshop on the production of tissue paper from the bark of the mulberry tree.
|Extra charge for single occupancy (UZS)||$300000||$740000|