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Things to do in Uzbekistan
Tashkent - experience the local colour of Chorsu Market
The market at Chorsu in Tashkent with its magnificent domed roof, is a superb place to find quality produce and wares. Its location on the eastern side of Europe made it an excellent place for traders from the east and west to meet and do businesses. Particular specialties of the market that operates today are fruits, spices and unsual, eastern sweets.
Tashkent - visit the Prince Romanov Residence
Once the home in exile of Grand Duke Nicholas, the Prince Romanov Residence is now home to the Ministry of Home Affairs. Interestingly the building looks more like an English stately home, than a European building. Unusually many of the interior rooms are decorated by local folk artists, that works well with the English design. The exterior has a number of lattice towers and columns, and there are numerous full size statues of dogs and deers outside.
Introduction of Uzbekistan
Rich in history, Uzbekistan has done wonders with preserving its architectural heritage. Fortified old cities and stately mosques draw tourists wishing to see a bit of the country’s past. Camel treks, bird watching, rafting, and skiing are all recreational activities that are available here. A number of reserves dot the country and are worth the visit for nature lovers hoping to enjoy the native flora and fauna. Ugam-Chatkal National Park, Jeyran Ecological Centre, and Nuratau-Kyzylkum Biospheric Reserve are all notable destinations. The capital of Tashkent is where Alayski Bazaar is located, one of the oldest bazaars in central Asia where goods such as rugs, spices, silk, traditional clothes, and handicrafts are ready for purchase. There are many hotels in Uzbekistan, so travellers have much to choose from in terms of service and price. The country is generally quite safe for visitors, perhaps due its status as a police state.