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Tour Tashkent is a city of two millennia!

Tour Tashkent is a city of two millennia!

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Annually

The capital of Uzbekistan is simultaneously a modern technological city and a living historical monument. The combination of ancient culture and new achievements of science and technology creates a bright and inimitable contrast.

Archaeologists have established that the history of modern Tashkent began as far back as the second century BC, and during these two-odd thousand years there have been so many historical events that there are not enough pages in any book to describe each. Ancient Chinese letters mention the city under the name "Shi", which in translation means "stone". Presumably it was from here that the modern name of the capital, "Tashkent", came from the words "tosh" (stone) and "kent" (city).

Since that time, not a single building has reached us, but the magnificent creations of the architects of the later period, 5-6 centuries ago, were perfectly preserved. In different epochs the greatness of Tashkent reached different scales, and at the end of the 18th century it became the center of a large country of the same name. The Tashkent state occupied a vast territory in a short time, and then it became part of the mighty Kokand Khanate.

Modern Tashkent pleases the eye with its night lights, an abundance of colorful amusement parks, as well as the most modern infrastructure. In 2016, an event was held in the capital at the highest world level - the summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization. Important diplomatic meetings, international festivals and competitions are held here on an ongoing basis.

Tashkent is not just a hospitable city, it is hospitality in the flesh itself. And it's not just about warm traditions and comfortable hotels - no, even the air here is always glad to guests, and the weather just does pamper the newcomers with affectionate sun rays.

We have prepared for you a special tour of the city of two millennia, the most beautiful city of our time. Join today!

Dozens of stunning cultural monuments are reminiscent of the great way of becoming Tashkent. Generations have been replaced by generations, civilizations by civilizations, and the city continues to stand and accumulate historical experience.

Historical attractions are located throughout the city and will surprise even the most sophisticated tourists with their appearance, because each of them has its own history and is executed in a unique style. The hospitable capital of Uzbekistan keeps in its memory the great events of the past centuries and protects them from forgetting in the form of numerous buildings of the past.

In each pattern, in each bend of the reliefs of monuments, there is a legend, the threads of many fates intersect. Touching their walls, you touch the surface on which lay great historical personalities - Prince Nikolai Romanov, poet Sergei Yesenin, scholar Mirzo Ulugbek and even Tamerlane himself.

Modern Tashkent pleases the eye with its night lights, an abundance of colorful amusement parks, as well as the most modern infrastructure. In 2016, an event was held in the capital at the highest world level - the summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization. Important diplomatic meetings, international festivals and competitions are held here on an ongoing basis.

Tashkent is not just a hospitable city, it is hospitality in the flesh itself. And it's not just about warm traditions and comfortable hotels - no, even the air here is always glad to guests, and the weather just does pamper the newcomers with affectionate sun rays.

We have prepared for you a special tour of the city of two millennia, the most beautiful city of our time. Join today! Tour "Tashkent is a city of two millennia!"

The capital of Uzbekistan is simultaneously a modern technological city and a living historical monument. The combination of ancient culture and new achievements of science and technology creates a bright and inimitable contrast.

Archaeologists have established that the history of modern Tashkent began as far back as the second century BC, and during these two-odd thousand years there have been so many historical events that there are not enough pages in any book to describe each. Ancient Chinese letters mention the city under the name "Shi", which in translation means "stone". Presumably it was from here that the modern name of the capital, "Tashkent", came from the words "tosh" (stone) and "kent" (city).

Since that time, not a single building has reached us, but the magnificent creations of the architects of the later period, 5-6 centuries ago, were perfectly preserved. In different epochs the greatness of Tashkent reached different scales, and at the end of the 18th century it became the center of a large country of the same name. The Tashkent state occupied a vast territory in a short time, and then it became part of the mighty Kokand Khanate.

Dozens of stunning cultural monuments are reminiscent of the great way of becoming Tashkent. Generations have been replaced by generations, civilizations by civilizations, and the city continues to stand and accumulate historical experience.

Historical attractions are located throughout the city and will surprise even the most sophisticated tourists with their appearance, because each of them has its own history and is executed in a unique style. The hospitable capital of Uzbekistan keeps in its memory the great events of the past centuries and protects them from forgetting in the form of numerous buildings of the past.

In each pattern, in each bend of the reliefs of monuments, there is a legend, the threads of many fates intersect. Touching their walls, you touch the surface on which lay great historical personalities - Prince Nikolai Romanov, poet Sergei Yesenin, scholar Mirzo Ulugbek and even Tamerlane himself.

 

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