Historically, Uzbeksiton, located on the Great Silk Road, connecting Eurasian regions with East Asia and the Mediterranean Sea, has a unique history. The attractions of Tashkent, the largest metropolis of Central Asia, the capital of Uzbekistan, the center of the cultural and political life of the Republic, amaze with its beauty. Archaeological monuments of the Zoroastrian period with a history of more than 2200 years, medieval architectural masterpieces, monumental palaces of the end of the 19th century and modern buildings of the present time attract visitors from all over the world.

Located on the Great Silk Road, one of the cities that introduced the Republic of Uzbekistan to the whole world, Samarkand, the capital of the great leader Amir Temur’s empire, has unique historical monuments and places of pilgrimage.

Old Bukhara, which is considered a rich architectural heritage of the East, is world famous for its cultural monuments, madrasas, mosques, squares, fortresses, and ruins of ancient cities. Millions of visitors visit the city located on the Great Silk Road, which connects the countries of the Middle East with India and China.

Khiva is one of the main cities of ancient Khorezm and a medieval city of Uzbekistan called Ichan Qala (inner city). Ichan Castle is not called “Museum under the sky” for nothing. The town of miraculous tales is famous all over the world.

Each of the Central Asian khanates had their own great armies. One of such architectural monuments is the Horde of Khudoyar Khan, the last Kokan Khan. The city of Kokkan is world famous for its historical monuments and is one of the destinations recognized by tourists visiting Uzbekistan.