One day trip Tashkent by Luxury car
City Tour Tashkent by Luxury Car
City tour one day Tashkent with Guide tour speak English
- minimum 2 persons = 195 $/pax
- minimum 4 persons = 125 $/pax
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Khast Imam Complex
Amir Temur Square
Islamic Institute of Imam al-Bukhari
Khast Imam Complex
City Tour One Day Tashkent
08.30 Pick up your Hotel in Tashkent
Khast Imam Complex Khast Imam (Hast Imom, Hazret Iman, Khazrati Imam and a million more variations) has been the spiritual heart of Tashkent for centuries. Remodeled in 2007, the enormously void square, bereft of trees and benches, is no longer a place to linger. Still, a number of religious sites (equally airbrushed though) are worth a look.
Kukeldash Madrasah The madrasah is built of yellow brick, and has a traditional square shape with a big portal and an inner yard. The walls around the inner yard contain cells inhabited by the students. The portal is 20 metres (66 ft) high and contains two towers at its sides.
In 1830-1831 the first floor of the madrasah was demolished, and the bricks were used to build the nearby Beklarbegi Madrasah. It was later restored. The madrasah was damaged by the earthquake in 1868 and subsequently reconstructed in 1902-1903. It was reconstructed again in the 1950s and became one of only several religious buildings which survived the 1966 Tashkent earthquake.
Chorsu Bazaar is the traditional bazaar located in the center of the old town of Tashkent, the capital city of Uzbekistan. Under its blue-colored domed building and the adjacent areas, all daily necessities are sold.
Lunch at Restaurant
Independence SquareThe Independence Square (Mustaqilliq Maidoni) is the main square of the country with the administrative offices of the Cabinet and the Senate. Generally it looks more like a large park than a square, and is packed with monuments and fountains. Surrounded by impressive public buildings and filled with trees and flower beds, the Independence Square in Tashkent is a showcase of modern Uzbekistan.
The entrance to the square is framed by Arch of Independence with the sculptural images of storks on top. In the center of the square on the granite pedestal is placed the symbol of independence - the bronze ball, symbolizing the globe with a symbolic image of the Republic of Uzbekistan on it. At the foot of the obelisk there is the monument of the Happy Mother - the figure of a young woman with a baby in her arms.
The Independence square as a center of Tashkent goes back to more than hundred years. The General Governor of Turkestan erected here his military fortress in 1865. Since 1974 this place was called the Avenue of Parades, where military parades and demonstrations of workers were held to celebrate the holidays of May 1st, International Workers Day, May 9 - Victory Day.
Amir Temur SquareThe history of the square is very interesting. It was firstly designed in 1870 by Imperial Russian architects as a central park of the new Tashkent (see Old Tashkent) and called Constantine Square. Since then the main monument in the center of the square was changed several times. The first was one to General Kaufmann later replaced by monument to Free Workers (1917), monument to 10th anniversary to October revolution (1927), monument to Stalin (1947), monument to Karl Marx (1968).
Since 1993, the monument to Amir Temur stands in the center of the square; the square is now called “Amir Temur Hiyoboni,” which in translation from Uzbek means “Amir Temur Square”.
Islamic Institute of Imam al BukhariThe Islamic Institute named after Imam al-Bukhari was founded in 1971 by prominent Islamic religious leader, preacher and scholar Sheikh Ziyauddinkhan ibn Eshon Babakhan. Despite the difficulties, he succeeded in opening the first USSR’s institute to study Islam. Today the Tashkent Islamic Institute trains annually up to 200 students: upon graduation the young men and women work not only in religious, but also in secular institutions. The educational program of the Institute was agreed with the Committee on Religious Affairs and the Ministry of Higher Education. Upon graduation the students receive diplomas of a state institution.
Tashkent MetroThe Tashkent Metro (Uzbek: Toshkent metropoliteni) is the rapid transit system serving the city of Tashkent, the capital of Uzbekistan. It is one of only two subway systems currently operating in Central Asia (the other one being the Almaty Metro). It was the seventh metro to be built in the former USSR, opening in 1977. Its stations are among the most ornate in the world. Unlike most of the ex-Soviet metros, the system is shallow (similar to the Minsk Metro).
Tashkent Tower The Tashkent Television Tower (Uzbek: Toshkent Teleminorasi) is a 375-metre-high (1,230 ft) tower, located in Tashkent, Uzbekistan and is the 11th tallest tower in the world. Construction started in 1978 and it began operation 6 years later, on 15 January 1985. It was the 3rd tallest tower in the world from 1985 to 1991. Moreover, the decision of construction Tashkent Tower or TV-Tower of Uzbekistan was decided in 1971 in 1 September in order to spread the TV and radio signals to all over the Uzbekistan. It is of a vertical cantilever structure, and is constructed out of steel. Its architectural design is a product of the Terxiev, Tsarucov & Semashko firm.
The tower has an observation deck located 97 metres (318 ft) above the ground. It is second tallest structure in Central Asia after Ekibastuz GRES-2 Power Station in Ekibastuz, Kazakhstan. It also belongs to the World Federation of Great Towers.
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