Tashkent is the capital of Uzbekistan.
The ancient city harmoniously merges the spirit of modern times with its rich historical heritage. Tashkent has developed over 2,200 years of history. During this two millennia period, the capital city had various names ascribed to it: (Chach, Shash, Shi, Binkat).
Tashkent went through many significant events. It was part of Temurid’s state, Kokand khanate and Tsarist and the Soviet Russia. Nowadays, Tashkent is a beautiful capital of the independent republic of Uzbekistan.
The excursion along and through Tashkent will be filled with pleasant surprises. The traveller or otherwise visiting guest will be pleasantly surprised by the beauty of historical and modern monuments. These include Abdulkashy-sheikh Madrassah, Chor-su bazaar, the Palace of the Romanovs, Opera and Ballet Theatre named after Alisher Navoi, Independence Square, monument of Courage, the museum of Temurids’ history, Tashkent metro, Museum of Applied Arts, Khazrat-Imam complex, Kukeldash madrassah, Tashkent TV Tower, Amir Temur square and the Old City are the must-visit sights of Tashkent in the first place.