Tashkent known as “Stone City” is the capital of Uzbekistan is a country with great potential for an expanded tourism industry. The wonderful city Tashkent has various changes in its names due to the political and religious affiliations. The city is huge metropolis with a population of over 3 million in 2013.
The structure of this city is aligned with a grid of straight and wide streets and avenues, decorated with beautiful green parks, gardens, malls etc. A great Silk Road from China to Europe passes from this ancient city.
Tashkent is mixture of old and new modern of things like amazing historical buildings structures, beautiful hotels, parks, gardens, museums, markets, theatres and addition to this city Tashkentland, Monument of Courage, Japanese Garden, TV tower, Brothers Tombs, Mustaqilik also known as Independence Square, Markets: Central market, Alayskiy Bazaar, Eski Juva (Chorsu) Baazar, Farkhatsky Bazaar, Hippodrome, Chorsu Bazaar, Farkhtsky bazaar, War Memorial, Independence, Aqua Park, Monument for entertainment. City is famous for its Nightlife, Belly Dance, Club and more.
To the tourists, this city looks very impressive because it was settled by ancient people of oasis on the Chirchik River which is near by the foothills of the west Tian Shan Mountains.
The history of the Tashkent is very interesting, in early Islamic times, the town is known as Chach, Later the town as “Chashkand” which means “Chach City”. In the 7th century Chach had around over 32 towns and a big network of over 50 canals, making a trade center between Turkic and Sodians. Central Asia people call this city as “Zheshi”. The Modern name “Tashkent” is given by Kara Khanid in 10th Century. Tashkent Means “City of Stone”. This Stone city offers you all the things for entertainment. The tour of Tashkent gives you the sweetest memories of your life.
Famous Sights of Uzbekistan
Zenghi-Ata Mausoleum, Hast Imam, Nightlife Club, Madrasah of Abdulkasym, Chorsu market, Independence Square, Palace of Prince Romanov and more.