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Do in Tajikistan

Posted in on 5-27-13

Do in Tajikistan

Tajikistan is a stunning place, and there is plenty to do, from the Silk Road mystique of places like Khujand and Istaravshan, to the stunning, untouched mountain scenery of the Pamirs and...

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Buy in Tajikistan

Posted in on 5-27-13

Buy in Tajikistan

Somoni (TJS, Tajik: cомонӣ) is the national currency. As of January, 2013, US$ 1 roughly equals to 4.77 somoni, while € 1 equals to 6.35 somoni. Traditional Tajik padded coats....

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Work in Tajikistan

Posted in on 5-27-13

Work in Tajikistan

At embassies, NGOs [3], some hotels. A few hundred expatriates live in Dushanbe. Several ads each week in the electronic newsletter WhatsOnInDushanbe. For investors, cf. [4] and similar...

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Eat in Tajikistan

Posted in on 5-27-13

Eat in Tajikistan

Plov- The national dish is made with rice, beef or mutton, and carrots. All fried together in vegetable oil or mutton fat in a special qazan (a wok-shaped cauldron) over an open flame. The...

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Sleep in Tajikistan

Posted in on 5-27-13

Sleep in Tajikistan

Sleeping options in Tajikistan include the following: Hotels. In Dushanbe, there are a small number of large hotels. The Hyatt Regency just built recently and opens doors in March 2009....

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Stay safe in Tajikistan

Posted in on 5-27-13

Stay safe in Tajikistan

Tajikistan is a safe country, though some factional fighting spilling over from nearby Afghanistan (as well as local warlordism) still occurs in Tajikistan. Visitors should keep abreast of...

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Stay healthy in Tajikistan

Posted in on 5-27-13

Stay healthy in Tajikistan

The health care system in Tajikistan is significantly underdeveloped below western standards, with severe shortages of basic medical supplies, including disposable needles, anesthetics, and...

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Respect in Tajikistan

Posted in on 5-27-13

Respect in Tajikistan

Tajikistan is a somewhat conservative society. Women should be fairly modest in public, but head coverings and burkahs are exceptions and not the norm. Although some Tajiks can be extremely...

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