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Uzbekistan Overview

Posted in on 5-20-13

Uzbekistan Overview

Uzbekistan has borders with Afghanistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan. It is doubly landlocked, but includes the southern shoreline of the Aral Sea. Capital   ...

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Regions in Uzbekistan

Posted in on 5-20-13

Regions in Uzbekistan

    Ferghana Valley The most fertile and populous part of the country, but also its most unstable with different ethnic groups like Uzbek and Kyrgyz have disputes. Northern...

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Cities in Uzbekistan

Posted in on 5-20-13

Cities in Uzbekistan

    * Tashkent — the modern capital and largest city. * Andijan — Uzbekistan’s fourth largest city, right in the heart of the vibrant but combustible Ferghana Valley. * Bukhara...

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Understand Uzbekistan

Posted in on 5-20-13

Understand Uzbekistan

The meaning of the name Uzbek is disputed. One version is that it is derived from Turkic ‘uz/öz’ (‘good’ or ‘true’) and ‘bek’...

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Get in Uzbekistan

Posted in on 5-20-13

Get in  Uzbekistan

Visas are required for everyone apart from passport holders of CIS countries. A ‘Letter of Invitation’ (LOI) is no longer required by citizens of Austria, Belgium, France,...

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Get around in Uzbekistan

Posted in on 5-20-13

Get around in Uzbekistan

By train The main line Tashkent – Samarkand – Bukhara is served by two express trains named “Registon” and “Sharq”: The “Registon” brings you...

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See in Uzbekistan

Posted in on 5-20-13

See in Uzbekistan

Architecture Uzbekistan has preserved a rich architectural heritage. The construction of monumental buildings was seen as a matter of prestige, emphasizing the power of the ruling dynasty,...

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Buy in Uzbekistan

Posted in on 5-20-13

Buy in  Uzbekistan

Uzbekistan finds itself in the curious situation of having a huge trade surplus (from its energy exports) but also having a parallel black market exchange rate. As of March 2012 the...

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