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Sights of Tashkent

TASHKENT - the capital of the Republic of Uzbekistan - has more than 2000 years. This amazingly beautiful and welcoming city has gone from a tiny oasis to the largest city in Central Asia. The first traces of life in the city - 15-12 thousand years BC (Upper Paleolithic site in Karakamysh and Bozsu). The first settlement on the site of Tashkent - VI - IV centuries. BC. (Shashtepa). Mounds of nomads of the Sarmatian culture - II - I centuries. BC. (Shashtepa). Fortified settlements in Tashkent - I - IV centuries. AD (Durmen).

Opera and Ballet Theater named after A. Navoi.

The state Academic big Theatre of the opera and ballet of Alisher Navoiy deservedly is considered the leading theater of Uzbekistan, his national pride, the attractive center of musical and theatrical culture. It has the nice history rich with remarkable traditions. This history – the powerful base of that high culture and skill thanks to which the opera and ballet theater got world fame. For eight decades in theater achievements collected, the circle of means of expression was ground, experience was improved, the humanistic principles were developed and developed. 

Музей памяти жертв репрессий

History Museum he was educated according to the Decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan "About establishment of the Day of remembrance of the victims of repressions" of May 1, 2001 and the Resolution of the Cabinet of the Republic of Uzbekistan of November 8, 2002 No. 387[1]. Originally the museum was placed in the building of 400 square meters. The decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan of May 5, 2008 No. 861 made essential changes in an exposition of the museum which consists of 10 sections placed in three showrooms now. 

Алайский Базар Ташкент

The Alay market after reconstruction- Merchants the Alay market in Tashkent began arrangement in new pavilions. Opening newly of the built-up floor space is expected the other day, told "Газете.uz" in administration of the market. On Friday the updated market was visited by the management of the capital of Uzbekistan. Within large-scale reconstruction, here on the place of the old pavilion of agricultural production it is constructed new, calculated on 464 places. Certain pavilions will work for oriental sweets, meat, dairy and grain products. 

Национальная библиотека Узбекистана имени Алишера Навои

History of Library
The national library of Uzbekistan of Alisher Navoiy (till April 12, 2002 the State library of the Republic of Uzbekistan of Alisher Navoiy) received the status of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan, "national" on the basis of the Decree, "About improvement of the organization of research activity" of February 20, 2002 No. UP-3029 and Resolutions of the Cabinet of the Republic of Uzbekistan "About creation of National library of Uzbekistan of Alisher Navoiy" of April 12, 2002 No. 123.

Галерея изобразительного искусства Узбекистана

Description
The large collection of works of the fine arts of Uzbekistan since the beginning of the 20th century up to now and also a unique collection of numismatics of Central Asia are presented in the Gallery of the fine arts which opened the doors on the eve of a holiday of Independence of the Republic of Uzbekistan in 2004.

Государственный музей истории Темуридов

From the first days of establishment of the state independence particular importance began to be attached to restoration of the huge, priceless spiritual and cultural heritage of our ancestors created by them throughout many centuries. At last the Uzbek people found an opportunity to restore separate pages of history, are deprived of civil rights the forgotten names, to highlight the historic figures who played an important role in development of a world civilization.

Дом-музей Мухтара Ашрафи

The description Mukhtar Ashrafi's House museum Mukhtar Ashrafi's House museum is devoted to the outstanding composer of Uzbekistan and the people's artist of the USSR. The museum was open in 1982 in the apartment where the musician lived and worked for 10 years of the life. There is a memorial part which describes everyday life of Mukhtar Ashrafi, with a situation of rooms, as at his life and also household items which he used. A part of the museum is devoted to works of the outstanding musician, his most famous works which were created in this apartment:

The memorial Shakhidlar Hotirasi complex (Memories of the victims of repressions) was open on May 12, 2000. The memorial occupies 17 hectares and settles down in that part of the city where in the 30th year’s executions illegally convicts were carried out. In 1920-40 only in Uzbekistan about 100 thousand people were repressed, from them 13 thousand were shot. Among the victims of Stalin repressions, such outstanding persons are as Abdullah of Qadiriyya, Fitrat, Chulpon, Hamza.

Мастерская керамики Рустама Усманова

The native Rishtan Rustam Usmanov is master-ceramist in the first generation. It only of rishtans masters got professional art education. In 1980 he graduated from the Tashkent theatrical and art institute (office of industrial graphics). Then returned to Rishtan and closely was engaged in ceramics, Rishtan – Hakimdzhon Satarov and Ibrahim Kamilov studied at the best masters. In 1981-1988 and 1996-1997 was the art director at the Rishtan ceramic plant, having got general respect among colleagues from the creative shop.

Медресе Абдул Касым

Abdul Kasim Sheikh's madrasah of Abdul Kasim Sheikh Madrasah - is a monument in Tashkent. It is constructed in the XVI century. Originally – it was the complex, which included the mosque, a bath and madrasah. The place where the complex is located was called before Yangi Makhallya and was one of the public centers. Originally, Abdul Kasim Sheikh's madrasah was the one-store building. In 1864, during restoration of madrasah, the second floor was completed. For a long time Abdul Kasim Sheikh's madrasah was on the quiet street. 

Медресе Барак-Хана

Madrasah Barack khan (30-50 of the 16th century). Construction of madrasah was conducted in several stages. At first, the mausoleum "Anonymous", later the mausoleum devoted to Suyunidzh-hanu was built. The third stage - construction of the portal and hudzhr. The decor in madrasah Barack khan was distributed only on the main objects - an entrance peshtak, the portal and a dome of the mausoleum Suyunidzh-hana. On historical sources the calotte of a dome was covered with blue tiles, 

Медресе Кукельдаш (16 в.)

The madrasah Kukeldash is one of historical monuments in the city of Tashkent. Mahomed Salih Karakhudzha Tashgandy "Tarija dzhadida Tashkent" wrote in the book that Kukeldash constructed madrasah Dervishkhan and in some places this he calls madrasah Derveshkhan madrasah. By madrasah it was constructed and put in operation in 1551-1575. Historians give the chronicle of 1569-1570 as the proof. According to this chronicle Hakeem of the city of Tashkent Sultan Dervishkhan gave for madrasah one of karvansaray.

Мемориальный Музей Тамары Ханум

The memorial museum of Tamara Hanum — the house museum of the Soviet Uzbek dancer, singer, actress and choreographer Tamara Hanum created in 1994 on the basis of the exhibition of suits of the actress opened in 1986. The museum is located in the house in which there passed the last years of life of Tamara Hanum, in the center of Tashkent, near the metro station of Hamid Alimdzhan. 

Мечеть Ходжа Ахрар Вали или Мечеть Джами.

Hodge's mosque Akhrar Valya Khodja Akhrar Vali masjidi or Mosque Dzhami. Djami masjidi-an ensemble basis Registan near Chorsu Square. Only Tashkent sample of the Friday mosque of the domestic type widespread in Central Asia in the late Middle Ages. Description-The main building has the form of the cube blocked by a dome with four windows in the low cylinder. On east wall turned into the yard, the large arch is cut through. A border of arches and niches at an entrance aperture - lancet that is not characteristic to the Central Asian outline, rather Gothic. 

Мечеть Хайрабат-Эшон

The mosque Hayrabat-Eshon is located at Hast-Imam Square in Tashkent. The area is in the old city, among quarters from old mud houses which endured an earthquake of 1966. In the same place there is also a mosque Hayrabat-Eshon which was constructed in the 18-19th centuries. On the square there is a Mosque Hayrabat-Eshon, the mosque Tilla-Sheikh, Saint Abu Bakr's mausoleum of Kaffali Shasha, madrasah Barack-Hang which is constructed in the 16th century and also Islamic institute of a name of the imam al-Bukhari where train students who in the future will become imams (preachers). The mosque Hayrabat-Eshon is a striking example of east architecture, and still receives guests.