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Shastri Monument in Tashkent

Shastri Monument in Tashkent

For most of the residents of Tashkent Shastri is a city landmark, however for any Indian, Shastri is a great figure belonging to the same level of political figures as Mahatma Gandhi and Javaharlal...

Roman Catholic Church in Tashkent

Christianity found its way into the territory of Central Asia in the first centuries AD due to the development of the Great Silk Road. Fugitives, travelers and missionaries were moving together with trade caravans...
TV Tower, Tashkent

TV Tower, Tashkent

The TV Tower is the highest construction in the Central Asia. It has an overall height of 375 meters. Its construction began in 1979 and was completed in 1981. The unique project of the...

Religious Monuments of Tashkent – St. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral

The St. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral is the oldest Orthodox Church in Tashkent survived to our time. Built in 1902-1905 on money from the fisc and city it is situated in the Botkin Cemetery territory....
Khazrati (Khasti) Imam Complex

Khazrati (Khasti) Imam Complex

Khast-Imam (Khazrati Imam), a cultic architectural complex and the religious heart of Tashkent, is located in the old part of the city amidst ancient wattle-and-daub houses. The complex formed around the grave of outstanding Muslim...
BARAK-KHAN MADRASAH

BARAK-KHAN MADRASAH

BARAK-KHAN MADRASAH   A walk around the Old Town in Tashkent is a bit like traveling back in time - labyrinths of narrow streets, low buildings, famous mosques and madrassas. But if you really want to...
Japanese Garden

Japanese Garden

Japanese garden is a special park. To understand its beauty, you need time to dive into the world of Japanese national perception of the world, feel the spirit, depth and originality of Japanese culture,...
The Sheikh Zainiddin Mosque

The Sheikh Zainiddin Mosque

Sheykh Zayniddin-bobo was born in Baghdad in 1164. His father was Shakhobiddin Sukhravardi, the founder of suhrawardi sufi order, poet and sheikh, leader of Baghdad sufis. In youth Zayniddin was sent to Tashkent to...
The Imam Al-Bukhari higher islamic institute

The Imam Al-Bukhari higher islamic institute

The Islamic Institute named after Imam al-Bukhari was founded in 1971 by prominent Islamic religious leader, preacher and scholar Sheikh Ziyauddinkhan ibn Eshon Babakhan. Despite the difficulties, he succeeded in opening the first USSR’s...
Zanghi-Ata Ensemble

Zanghi-Ata Ensemble

5 kilometers away to the South from border of modern city of Tashkent, you can get to one of the most ancient remained memorial complexes of the capital. It was formed in XIV-XIX centuries...

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