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- every station of Tashkent metro is designed differently and all of them are beautiful. Very spectaculat.Written January 27, 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- as always, have been before, I just love this bustling market place with all their lovely displays of food, fruit, bread, nuts, meat and everything else.Written November 15, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Located as part of a large complex, the mosque is grand. The interior is very opulent, with soft plush carpet, lots of gold leaf and elaborate ceiling decorations. There's a courtyard with massive timber columns, all beautifully carved. Adjacent is the Muy Muborak Madrasah, where the 7th century Koran of Usman is displayed - written on deerskin, it shows traces of Usmans' blood. The madrassa also houses thousands of exquisite Korans and displays lots of them in more than 30 languages.Written November 8, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Close to Tashkent, this magnificent place gives a chance to get some fresh, cool air when it gets too hot inside the city. The chair lift brings you up the mountain, revealing a magnificent view over the mountains.Written June 27, 2022
- We visited in the early morning on a Saturday just before the main crowds had come. Lovely with the early morning lightWritten November 15, 2022
- Located in open area, widespread, aesthetically designed, the Independence Square is a symbolic representation of freedom and happiness of people of Uzbekistan. There is entrance fee, the place is guarded by security officers, who look happy and contented and talk to visitors joyously.Written October 28, 2022
- Wow, you can spend at least 1.5 hr there. its a very beautiful museum. Get a guide to explain the museum for you otherwise you may miss very important information about that place.Written January 27, 2023
- Great shopping mall with modern facilities, shopping, children play area, food court and cinema. Carrfoure mega market offers great shopping options.Written December 2, 2022
- Near the square there is hotel Uzbekistan and museum of Amir Temur which you can visit. Otherwise there is not much to see but it is for sure a must visit when in Tashkent.Written December 24, 2022
- Any one who has some interest in electronic gadgets should visit it as soon as possible. very impressive collection of vintage radios, gramophones,televisions, telex and calculators. It was free for every one. English speaking guide was not available at them time when i visit so they handed me a tablet having all information about the exhibits in English. Staff was unbelievably polite and cooperative. you can spend more than one hour easily here with out getting bored. Taxi drivers do not know about this museum so better you show them the address on map.Written January 23, 2019
- Almost missed it, entered it only because it was in the way. But then I was fascinated by the decorations and rich history. You can explore b yourself, but I recommend a guide or at least the nazzar app to get more information.
I wish the history of this part of the world was popularized more, there is a lot to explore.
Overall a good museum experience, plenty of information in English as well.Written September 11, 2022
- I was happy to visit this theater as a Japanese. I was moved by it’s fine decoration representing ancient Uzbek culture, constructed by Japanese citizens.
I of course enjoyed an opera :)Written January 10, 2020
- Located at the entrance of sprawling Khast Imom Complex, this place houses Muslim Board that adminster all the religious affairs. Tourists are not allowed inside but one can take photos from outside. The tall and impressive Minar add to the grandeur of the structure.Written October 28, 2022
- Of course, no visit to Tashkent is complete without a visit to the Old Tashkent. Have a look at the oldest Koran in the world and much, much more.Written November 15, 2022
- The Kukeldash Madrasah is not the best mosque in Uzbekistan (though given its challengers, there is no shame in being unable to achieve that title) but it’s a very beautiful complex and is incredibly serene inside. Despite being right next to a main road, stepping into the complex (where the gardens are) feels like stepping out of the city altogether, and is an incredibly charming experience. Being next to Chorsu Bazaar, I’d recommend making a trip out to see these sites together.