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SAINT DAUD’S CAVE

Forty kilometers from Samarkand is a holy place, which attracts hundreds of pilgrims every year.

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Bolo-Khaus Complex, Bukhara

Not far from Ark there is a complex of richly decorated mosque, small minaret and basin called Bolo-Khaus Complex. The mosque was built 300 years ago by wife of a wealthy Emir.

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FISH DAY. PART I

There are 72 species of river & lake fish on the territory of the Republic – salmon, whitefish, carp, sturgeon, vulnavia, catfish, perches, snake & other rogachkova, golovachova, and flatfish.

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FISH DAY. PART II

For those who are not arranged to independently get their food, armed with spinning rods and marsh boots in the vast expanses of Uzbekistan, we advise going fishing in Chimgan

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THE SECRETS OF THE BIG TREES: UZBEKISTAN LEGENDS

The greatest long-livers on earth are relict trees. Man dies, palaces collapse, dynasties fade into oblivion, eras change one another, the earth's topography changes - and only the big trees stand in their former place.

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SHAH-I-ZINDA

Shah-i-Zinda (Persian: شاه زنده meaning “The Living King”) Ensemble is one of the world-known necropolis of Central Asia, which is situated in the north-eastern part of Samarkand in Uzbekistan.

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RUKHABAD

When we reached Rukhabad, we heard an amazing prayer – azan. Azanchi was calling all believers for praying, its sound filled the whole Gur- Emir Square.

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Uzbekistan 2020