"Sunny Tashkent" - the city is absolutely different from all the cities of Uzbekistan which combines the old city with the traditions, Europeanized and colonial style of the era of tsarist Russia.
TV Tower from where you can get panoramic view of Tashkent
Victims Museum where you can get more information about
Railway Museum - Unique museum in Central Asia
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- Tashkent TV tower 375 m it is the first and most tallest tower in the whole of Central Asia. It was built on the highest point of the city of Tashkent-453 m
- Museum of Victims of Repressions: The only place in Uzbekistan that was dedicated to the victims of Stalin's political repression. And now one of the most beautiful places in the city where you can make the best photos of the TV tower
- Minor Mosque: The mosque was built recently but has already become one of the city's business cards. By the way do not forget your cameras and of course glasses so as not to be blinded by the glare of the mosque
- Monument of Courage Earthquake Memorial: The entire city that you see was rebuilt after the earthquake of 1966. The classic Soviet monument is dedicated to the end of the restoration of the city from ruins
- Cathedral of the Assumption of the Virgin: The largest and one of the oldest Orthodox Church buildings in Central Asia and now the center of the diocese of the Moscow Patriarchate. Built for Russian Empire soldiers, the Church is still known among the residents as the military hospital Church
- Railway Museum: The first and unique Museum dedicated to Central Asian railway transport. Visiting you will feel as if you were in the 19-20 centuries and where you can see such trains that are much older than some modern countries
- Sacred Heart of Jesus Cathedral: The largest and one of the oldest Catholic Cathedral Church building in Central Asia where we can get acquainted with the history of the Polish Diaspora in Tashkent which make up the majority of Catholics in Uzbekistan
- Metro Taschkent: The first metro in Central Asia and one of the attractions and hallmark of the city. After visiting you will ensure why it is called the underground Museum of Uzbekistan
- Broadway Alley: Now it is very difficult to imagine that once on this place, in the heart of the modern city, there was a swamp that was drained and made a place of rest and leisure for the Tsar's soldiers, and now it is a place of entertainment for citizens and guests of the capital
- Independence Square: Mustaqilliq Maidoni is the main square of the country with the administrative offices of the Cabinet and the Senate. Now this place is a symbol of independence of Uzbekistan but once was the administrative center of the russian tsarist and communist regimes.
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