Tashkent

What is Tashkent known for?


site+architectural

sprinting caused a number of crashes. left thumb At the entrance to the Samarqand Province from the Qashqadaryo Province (Image:Samarqand viloyati.jpg) Samarkand is the 2nd largest center for economy, science, and culture in Uzbekistan, after Tashkent. The '''Institute of Archeology at the Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Uzbekistan''' is based at Samarqand. The Province's UNESCO World Heritage Site architectural monuments are world famous, and make Samarkand the largest center


highly professional

to working with folk material, producing among other works the first Uzbek (Culture of Uzbekistan) ballet, ''Pakhta (Cotton)''. The works of his last years in Moscow show a simplification of his characteristic language to admit an expanded conception of tonality (for instance in the 24 Preludes for violin and piano), but are still highly professional. Lobanova 1997, S. 231-234 Among Roslavets' later compositions, the ''Chamber symphony'' (1934–35) demonstrates one


critical stance

and the national team coach. He was suspended by the Football Federation and would be allowed to return on the condition that he would apologize to the Lebanese F.A and its national team coach for the critical stance. Lebanon were then grouped with Saudi Arabia (Saudi Arabia national football team), Singapore (Singapore national football team) and Uzbekistan (Uzbekistan national football team). On 6 February 2008 Lebanon were defeated 1–0 by Uzbekistan in Beirut as Uzbek striker Odil


major collection

Museum of Uzbekistan. It contains a major collection of art from the pre-Russian period, including Sogdian (Sogdian language) murals, Buddhist statues and Zoroastrian art, along with a more modern collection of 19th and 20th century applied art, such as suzani (suzani textile) embroidered hangings. Of more interest is the large collection of paintings "borrowed" from the Hermitage (Hermitage Museum) by Grand Duke Romanov to decorate his palace in exile


national award

Films. Has won 16 National Awards (excld 2008) besides Filmfare Awards and many International awards like Silver Balloon Award, Nantes Film Festival, UNESCO Award, Cannes Film Festival, Grand Prix - Golden Semurg at Tashkent, UNESCO Award at Venice, Fipresci Awards, Red Cross Award at Verna Film Festival. Also the only Indian to win the coveted Vittorio Di Sica (Vittorio De Sica) Award. Was awarded the Knighthood of the Star of the Italian Solidarity in July


music+strip

, and Baltika 9 is very strong. A new local beer, Sarbast, has been launched and should be about half the price of imported beers. It is quite good and at 4.2% (red label), not too strong. Sarbast is also available with a blue label at 5.6%. Nightclubs, as everywhere, offer expensive drinks and typically play a mix of Russian and Western music. Strip shows are common. *


home+event

as a qualifier, leaping more than 120 places in the rankings to No. 222 after her success. The following week, she reached the final of her home event in Tashkent, beating a string of players including Top 60-ranked Olga Poutchkova. She also won the women's singles gold medal in the 2002 Asian Games in Busan by defeating Tamarine Tanasugarn of Thailand. birth_date birth_place Tashkent, Uzbek SSR, Soviet Union


plays traditional

phone +998 93 3796668 (English), +998 71 2443794 (Russian) fax hours price Dorm, USD15; Dbl USD35-40 checkin checkout content Traditional house. Clean. Friendly owner. He often plays traditional music for the guests. Wi-Fi in the evening only. *


space travel

ornate. For example, the station ''Metro Kosmonavtov'' built in 1984 is decorated using a space travel (Human spaceflight) theme to recognise the achievements of mankind in space exploration and to commemorate the role of Vladimir Dzhanibekov, the Soviet cosmonaut of Uzbek origin. A statue of Vladimir Dzhanibekov stands near one of the station's entrances. Train links connect many towns within Uzbekistan, as well as neighboring former republics of the Soviet Union. Moreover, after


construction architecture

in which Uzbekistan will send 300 tons of Uzbek uranium ore to South Korea every year from 2010 to 2014. The deal bypasses U.S. companies that acted previously as middlemen for South Korean imports of Uzbek uranium ore. Han also met with President (President of Uzbekistan) Islam Karimov and parliament speaker Erkin Xalilov. Sook and Mirziyayev boosted cooperation in the energy, agriculture, construction, architecture, and information technology sectors. Trade between South Korea

previously as middlemen for South Korean imports of Uzbek uranium ore. Han also met with President (President of Uzbekistan) Islam Karimov and parliament speaker Erkin Xalilov. Han and Mirziyoyev boosted cooperation in the energy, agriculture, construction, architecture, and information technology sectors. Trade between South Korea and Uzbekistan increased by nearly 40% between 2005 and 2006, to $565 million.

Tashkent

'''Tashkent''' (

Due to its position in Central Asia, Tashkent came under Sogdian (Sogdian people) and Turkic (Turkic people) influence early in its history, before Islam in the 8th century AD. After its destruction by Genghis Khan in 1219, the city was rebuilt and profited from the Silk Road. In 1865 it was conquered by the Russian Empire, and in Soviet (Soviet Union) times witnessed major growth and demographic changes due to forced deportations (Population transfer in the Soviet Union) from throughout the Soviet Union. Today, as the capital of an independent Uzbekistan, Tashkent retains a multi-ethnic population with ethnic Uzbeks as the majority.

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