Sunday, June 5, 2011

[kl-bogel] Keindahan bandar Tashkent di Uzbekistan.

Many wonderful people living in Uzbekistan. To my question about Tashkent my friends responded [Info] neko_ki115 and introduced me to his friends [Info] krichagina and [Info] sklyarevskiy . With them, we had a great time walking around the city.
Tashkent

The first thing we went in the direction of Hast Imam square and climbed the minaret of a mosque near Hazrat Imam.
Tashkent

These minarets recently built, so go to them with no problems, in contrast to the minaret in Bukhara, which is not allowed because it is already old and I could not stand it.
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Itself is fun informally. We agreed with the guard for 6 thousand som. View of the area Hast-Imam.
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Nearby graze these storks.
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The museum on the area is kept very ancient copy of the Koran. Of course it is impossible to photograph. But if no one sees, it can be.
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In Tashkent, there is a so-called old town. Here's what a typical street. Please note that there are no windows in homes facing the street. Typically, the windows face the courtyard. If you're wondering how to look these yards, then check out my post about one inhabitant of Bukhara .
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Someone actively buying furniture, and for expensive.
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And someone sells tea-house. Not expensive.
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Brickwork give the strength that's such boards laid diagonally.
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Someone from the window looks Lenin
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Tashkent

Shop all the Soviet era.
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Some harmless words is not very good sound in Uzbek.
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Next to the store prepared pilaf.
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And this is some hard workers. Tire out - went to take a nap after lunch.
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Near the houses in the old city cows graze. This telenochku only four days.
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We found a little when something which operated a mosque.
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A man who lives next door opened it and showed what's inside. Said - must be repaired.
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After the old town we went to the market Chorsu.
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Market is large and deserves a separate post. No wonder I was there met with DSLRs tourists every ten meters.
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Tashkent Assumption Cathedral. This photo was taken on Easter night. People came to consecrate cakes.
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Amir Temur Square,. See two identical towers with the same clock? Local connoisseurs of wonder why they overlap.
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Fountains at Independence Square in late April, were still without water.
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The famous attraction - the Globe of Uzbekistan.
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In Uzbekistan, like paint in the colors of the flag that no hitting.
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We could not get around madrasas Abulkasyma. A place where work and trade craftsmen.
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In these miniatures used gold paint.
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Here she is on a silver platter.
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We certainly could not be photographed against the backdrop of Uzbek carpet. Left to right:
I - Alex [Info] protchenkov ,
Sasha [Info] neko_ki115 - responsive and leads LJ ,
Natalia [Info] krichagina - she has a wonderful sense of humor and her project manager pr.uz ,
Eugene S. [Info] sklyarevskiy , many in Tashkent as a sign of the Internet guru and creator of the site mytashkent.uz , he knows literally every nook and cranny of the house and in Tashkent.
Tashkent

Other posts about Uzbekistan:
How to make tortillas in Bukhara
Several board shall meet in Uzbekistan
Samarkand. Tissue paper and carpet factory
Samarkand. Mosques and Mausoleums
Bukhara. People
Bukhara. Old Town

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