Tashkent sights

Tashkent is the capital of the independent Uzbekistan. Today Tashkent is one of the most important business centers in Central Asia. Modern Tashkent is one of the most attractive cities in the region. Tashkent is unique for its architecture, hospitality and friendliness of the people of Tashkent. Tashkent is about 2200 years old. It has gone from a small ancient settlement to one of the largest cities of Asia. Many memorable events of war and peace took place in Tashkent.
Tashkent is a modern political, cultural, scientific and industrial center of Uzbekistan.

Not similar to other capitals of Central Asia, Tashkent has unique architecture. It does not include a buildings typical of Samarkand, Bukhara and Khiva. Tashkent’s architecture is different due to his own school. Tashkent was more into business and commercial buildings dominated in the architecture.

Historical and architectural monuments of Tashkent
•    Kukeldash Madrasseh (14thc.)
•    The ancient settlement Shash-Tepa (16thc. BC-15thc. AD)
•    The ancient settlement Ming-Uryuk (1 st-13thc. AD)
•    The ancient settlement Unusabad Ak-Tepa (5th-8thcc.)
•    Mausoleum of Kaldirgach-bey (15thc.)
•    Sheikhantaur Mausoleum (14th-15thcc.,18th-19thcc.)
•    Mausoleum of Yunus-khan (the end of the 15thc.)
•    Mausoleum of Abubekr Muhammad Kafal Shashl (1541-1542)
•    Barak-khona Madrasse (the middle of the 16thc.)
•    Mosque of Tilla-shekh (the 19thc.)
•    Namazgoh Mosque (1845-1867)
•    Mausoleum of Zainutdin-bobo {the I2th, 14th, 16th, 19thcc.)
•    Said-Abu-Kasym Madrasse (the beginning of the 20thc.)
Tashkent province
•    The ancient settlement Kanka (3rd c. BC-l3thc. AD), environs of Akkurgan.
•    The ancient settlement Shakhrukhiya (the first centuries BC-18thc. AD), environs of Akkurgan.
•    Zangi-Ata architectural complex (the end of the 14thc. - the beginning of the 20thc.), Zangi-Ata village.
•    Mausoleum of Zangi-Ata (the end of the 14th-15thcc.)
•    Madrasse (the end of the I8thc. - the beginning of the 19thc.)
•    Mausoleum of Ambar-bibi (Ambar-ona) (the end of the 14thc. - the first half of the 15thc