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Uzbekistan as The Great Silk Road Attraction

2 February 2016

The following is published at the request of the Uzbek Embassy in Washington, DC.  For more information, please contact:


Kamol Muhtarov, Counselor
Trade & Economic Affairs

Embassy of the Republic of Uzbekistan
to the United States of America


"Our country represents a rich world for tourists. A unique location at the crossroads of the Silk Road is an important factor in the dynamic development of this sector in Uzbekistan, as well as the fact that the country has more than 7,000 monuments of different epochs and civilizations, many of which are included in UNESCO World Heritage List.

Only in one of Samarkand - the capital of the great state of Amir Temur - focused a lot of attractions, which are famous today around the world. Architectural ensemble Registan, Ulugbek observatory, famous mausoleum of Amir Temur, Bibi Khanum Mosque have become city's decoration. This mausoleum was built by the order of Amir Temur, who is considered one of the finest examples of medieval architecture of the East.

Sacred Bukhara is not inferior to Samarkand's abundance and importance of historical monuments and places of worship

Majestic minarets, mosques and madrassas, bazaars and shopping domes, havuz-pools and areas are witnessing 2500-year history of Bukhara. Along with it Khiva, Shakhrisabz, Termez with equally rich centuries-old history and unique architectural masterpieces, has roused the admiration of ancestors and contemporaries."  Read more here.