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beautiful and clean water were you can take bath in it and also many sports activities available - Jet ski, Speed boat ride and boating.
Mesmerized beautiful .....never seen such a clean, calm & peaceful place in my life ..... i wish i could have more time to stay here.
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Chimgon Tashkent
A ride to the hills ,cool,fresh air ,no pollution ,a lovely place .The scenic beauty of snow & charm heavily adds to the fantastic ride of ropeway.
Snow covered mountains with pristine meadows, tall trees adds to the beauty of this artificial lake built to provide electricity to Tashkent.
Beautiful, tranquil nice park .. Our your guide advised us to go after sunset when the locals went.
Alisher Navoi national park is interesting only for people who have enough time to visit the city.
Aydar Lake Jizzakh Province
The lake is easily accessible from Forish district, from the main road (4P36) near the village of Asmansay (turn off to the north near the market) as the road runs parallel to the Lake Aydarkul.
Aydar Lake is an artificial lake in the middle of the Kyzl Kum desert.
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Our tour guide Sasha along with her husband and colleagues put every effort in making sure endangered species are protected, There are several special open air cages/fenced zone for baby gazelles, goats, sheep, as...
... in Kogon Town outside of Bukhara is a terrific conservation area run by some very passionate people who want to ensure the survival of some of these species in a world constantly infringing on nature bit by bit.
There are large statues to Alisher Navoi, fountain and trees and the park was quite busy while we were strolling.
Nuratau is a great place for exploring something different or just taking a rest in the nature between Samarkand and Bukhara if you have seen too many mosques and madrasahs in any of those cities.
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