Tashkent has existed for more than 2000 years. During this time, Arabs and Mongols managed to manage here, until the XIX century the city was part of various khanates, until it was conquered by the troops of the Russian Empire. After 1991, it became the capital of independent Uzbekistan, which gave a new powerful impetus to cultural and industrial development.
In Tashkent, tourists will see valuable monuments of the Middle Ages: Hazret Imam, Sheikhantaur complexes, Kukeldash madrasah, as well as new mosques that are not inferior in beauty to ancient structures – Minor and Khoja Ahrar Vali. In numerous museums, guests of the city will have the opportunity to get acquainted with the rich Uzbek culture and appreciate the contribution made by local masters to the treasury of world art.