In spite of all, Aral is still alive. And this lonely sea deserves visiting and touching its water surface.
Сведения о древнейшей истории нашего государства мы находим у древнегреческих историков, в первую очередь у Геродота, в текстах «Авесты»- священной книги зароастрийцев, а также в триумфальных и надгробных надписях персидских царей из династии Ахеменидов.
Navruz is one of the brightest and colorful holidays that have come to us from the depths of the centuries
In Ikuo Hiroyama International caravanserai of culture of the Academy of Arts of Uzbekistan an exhibition of medieval ceramics was held under the poetic name "The Mystery of Eternal Ornaments".
Shahrukhiya settlement and its history are inextticably linked with name of Temur Великого the Great and the history of our beloved city of Tashkent.
State Museum of History of Timurids building became a present architectural decoration of our beloved city as well as the monument erected in the center of the square and named after him.
Today, Sheikhantaur - the holy place of worship includes three ancient mausoleums
A very necessary and important event was held in Uzbekistan in mid-January of this year by Uzbekistan Society for the Protection of Birds.
VI International Biennale of children’s drawing “Joys of Tashkent” was held in the Central Exhibition Hall of Academy of Arts of Uzbekistan in Tashkent.
Famous “Yalla” ensemble has a song that the whole hall sings together:
“How many cities in the world!
But the best warts and all
It lies in the spurs of the mountains high
Green City - Shahrisabz ... "
A puppet exhibition of works of the cinema artist Kakhramon Nuriddinov "My life in the cinema" dedicated to the "Year of a healthy mother and child" was held in dolls in Inuo Hiroyama International caravanserai of culture.
I look at the photo of last year, when with the capital's guests, after visiting Samarkand, I went to the city of Shakhrisabz
Tashkent is a city with the rich historical past. Its roots stretch from distant centuries BC. Like many large cities, it has emerged as a small settlement, but large rivers also begin from small rills
Tashkent since olden time has been divided into four territorial and administrative districts: Sebzar, Kukcha, Sheikhantaur and Beshagach. The division of East cities into four parts was different even in the Middle Ages.
Tashkent madrasas of Barak-khan, Kukeldash and Abdulkasym sheikh are not only outstanding historical monuments, but also a matter of national pride, architectural heritage of our capital of the past centuries, its magnificent decoration. The history of their creation is inseparably linked with the history of our ancient city.
A surprisingly beautiful and poetic exhibition of Uzbek dolls in Inuo Hiroyama International caravanserai of culture of the Academy of Arts of Uzbekistan was held. It was held as a part of the project "Dolls of the World". The previous show was dedicated to original Japanese dolls and also admired with its beauty and grace.
Tashkent Bazaars are huge and very small, such native and close, without them it is very difficult to imagine our life. Noisy and bright, each one of them is with its own unique character, oriental coloring and aroma, each with its own special history. But among all the bazaars of our city, there is one that still stands out. Many people do not even know on what ancient bazaar that counting many centuries they are visiting and walking on its ground.
The world's first TV broadcast was held in Tashkent. It happened on August 4, 1928, and was carried out by Tashkent University laboratory physicist Boris Grabovskiy and assistant of Central Asian communications district Ivan Belyanskiy.
Alisher Navoi remained in the memory of the people as a great humanist, an unsurpassed poet, a wise statesman. For many centuries, the interest in the personality of this extraordinary person has not weakened.
Mausoleum of Zaynudin-Bobo is one of the largest and most ancient religious and architectural monuments of our city. And underground chillyahona, that’s located near, was built presumably in the 12th century, still keeps a lot of mysteries. For that, it’s called mysterious chillyahona (cell).
I will tell you about the most ancient and very interesting archaeological monument of our capital, located on the Salar Canal, near the North Railway Station, the study of which helped to recreate the history of our city at the earliest stage of its formation. It is called Mingurik - a thousand apricots. Back in the 20s of the 19th century, here, among the tall green hills grew a beautiful garden of a huge number of fruit trees.
They say if you want to know the city - move on it on foot. You want to know what the people are living by - go to where ordinary people live. If you want to know his soul, go to the temple.