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Welcome to Khiva, the quiet overachiever of Uzbekistan’s Silk Road gems. A quick hop, skip and a jump from Uzbekistan’s larger tourist cities -- Samarkand and Bukhara -- Khiva certainly does not disappoint. Easily accessible from the transport hub of Urgench, it would be a real mistake to skip Khiva’s magic. Days can …
Samarkand is one of most ancient cities in the world, the heart of a historic area, the second-largest city in Uzbekistan and the administrative center of the Samarkandskoj area. The city population is more than four hundred and eighty thousand people. For more than two thousand years, the city was a key point on the …
Bukhara -- the name alone evokes images of jewel-studded Khans and camel caravans loaded with spices and other exotic goods. The Khan may be gone, but Bukhara remains the jewel in Uzbekistan’s crown of Silk Road masterworks. The middle point in any journey between Samarkand and Khiva, Bukhara epitomizes the glory of …
Tashkent is the capital of the Republic of Uzbekistan and in terms of population, the largest city in Uzbekistan and Central Asia, and the most important political, economic, cultural, and scientific center in Uzbekistan, as well as its major aviation, railway, and highway city. The population of Tashkent exceeds two …