Category Uzbekistan Cities

Termez & the Buddhist era

The Buddhism ideology penetrated into Central Asia from India, where paganism to this day remains if not the main, but secondary stronghold of religion.

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NUKUS | HISTORY OF NUKUS

Surrounded by three deserts, the Uzbek city Nukus (Nokis in Karakalpak) is situated on the north of Uzbekistan. The city is the capital of the autonomous Republic of Karakalpakstan

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Kokand | History of Kokand

Being widely recognized as a cultural phenomenon of the Middle East, Kokand city turns out to be a great combination of magnificent architectural constructions, picturesque landscapes, and ancient cultures.

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Margilan | History of Margilan

Margilan (Uzbek: Marg‘ilon) or Margelan is a city (1999 pop 143,600) in Fergana Province in eastern Uzbekistan. It is located at latitude 40°28′ 16 N: longitude 71°43′ 29 E. at an altitude of 487 meters.

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Khiva | History of Khiva

While traveling, we are not looking for shopping centers or skyscrapers. We long to dive into a foreign, strange, unexplored culture.

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Dolores Travel

Uzbekistan 2020