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- Tashkent - Capital of Uzbekistan
- Bukhara - center of Islamic Education.
- Khiva-Capital Of Khorezmian State
- Fergana-Center of Russian Culture
Uzbekistan is, first of all, the country of historical and cultural tourism. It is the place of concentration of the precious Eastern Gems such as Samarkand, Bukhara, Khiva, Tashkent and Shakhrisabz with splendid and unique monuments of Central Asian medieval architecture. The rural districts and small towns remote from the megapolis are strong with centuries-old national traditions. A multisided culture and every-day life of the Uzbek will certainly arouse interest of researches and fans of eco-tourism. The tours to Uzbekistan is the exotics of modern East, ancient history, ingenious applied art, hospitality and sociability of the Uzbek people, flavored pilau and crispy flat cakes, abundance of natural delicious vegetables and fruits grown under generous Uzbek sun. A sea of positive impressions will make your holiday in Uzbekistan unforgettable!.
In Sanskrit the word "Bukhara" means "the monastery". In the medieval times it was the big commercial center along the Great Silk Road. The history of Bukhara stretches back millennia. It is now the capital of Bukhara Region of Uzbekistan. Located on the Silk Road, the city has long been a center of trade, scholarship, culture, and religion. During the golden age of the Samanids. Bukhara became the intellectual center of the Islamic world. The historic center of Bukhara, which contains numerous mosques and madrassas, has been listed by UNESCO as one of the World Heritage Sites. Bukhara has been one of the main centers of world civilization from its early days in 6th century BCE. From the 6th century CE, Turkic speakers gradually moved in. Its architecture and archaeological sites form one of the pillars of Central Asian history and art. The region of Bukhara was a part of the Persian Empire for a long time. The origin of many of its current inhabitants goes back to the period of Aryan immigration into the region.
Khiva - city-museum, like Pompeya and Gerkulanum, but unlike those places it is alive city. As many Eastern cities, Khiva was born "on the water" - in the lower reaches of the Amudarya river and grew up on the irrigated lands of Khorezm oasis. The city of Khiva was first recorded by Muslim travellers in the 10th century, although archaeologists assert that the city has existed since the 6th century. By the early 17th century, Khiva had become the capital of the Khanate of Khiva, ruled by a branch of the Astrakhans, a Genghisid dynasty.
For its fecundity and picturesque scenery Fergana valley is rightly called a pearl of Central Asia. For the most part the valley is surrounded by the Tyan Shan, Hissar and Alay mountains, and only in the west it is open for the Syr Darya River . As early as 500 BC, the western sections of the Fergana Valley formed part of the Sogdiana region, which was ruled from further west and owed fealty to the Achaemenid Empire at the time of Darius the Great. The independent and warlike Sogdiana formed a border region insulating the Achaemenid Persians from the nomadic Scythians to the north and east. The Sogdian Rock or Rock of Ariamazes, a fortress in Sogdiana, was captured in 327 BC by the forces of Alexander the Great; after an extended campaign putting down Sogdian resistance and founding military outposts manned by his Greek veterans, Alexander united Sogdiana with Bactria into one satrapy.