Category: Uzbekistan

Ancient and unique Uzbekistan – Bukhara II; Nadezhda Dukhovny; Times of Israel

Photo: Department of Tourism Development of the Bukhara Region.

From the blog of Nadezhda Dukhovny at The Times of Israel…

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Ancient and unique Uzbekistan: Horezm; Nadezhda Dukhovny; Times of Israel

Photo credit: Department of Tourism Development of the Horezm Region

From the blog of Nadezhda Dukhovny at The Times of Israel…

Source: Ancient and unique Uzbekistan: Horezm

Ancient and unique Uzbekistan – Qashqadaryo IV; Nadezhda Dukhovny; Times of Israel

Photo credit: The Ministry of Tourism of the Republic of Uzbekistan

From the blog of Nadezhda Dukhovny at The Times of Israel…

Source: Ancient and unique Uzbekistan – Qashqadaryo IV

With GSP+ beneficiary status, Uzbekistan takes major step towards closer relations with Europe; Nicholas Waller; New Europe

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A decision by the European Union to include Uzbekistan as the ninth beneficiary of its Special Incentive Arrangement for Sustainable Development and Good Governance, more widely known as the GSP+ and which is intended to support “vulnerable developing countries” that have ratified international conv

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Travel-worthy destinations in Uzbekistan; Times of India

Uzbekistan is surely an intriguing place to visit, famous for its Silk Route cities of Bukhara, Khiva, and Samarkand. It is double the size of the United Kingdom, and boasts of ancient history and rich cultural heritage. It is now home to six UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage listings, and four significant UNESCO World Heritage sites. From beautiful places to visit, variety of things to do, along with numerous sightseeing options, here is a list of places that you should visit when in Uzbekistan.

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Khiva to Host Central Asia at Crossroads of Civilizations Forum in 2021; The Astana Times

The Central Asia at the Crossroads of Civilizations international forum will be held in Khiva, Uzbekistan in 2021, the press service of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) reported.  Due to the current situation with the pandemic, the date of the forum will be announced in the near future.  The forum aims to promote the common history and shared cultural heritage of Central Asia as part of the UNESCO Silk Roads Programme, in works which have included the multivolume book “The History of Civilizations in Central Asia.”

Source: Khiva to Host Central Asia at Crossroads of Civilizations Forum in 2021 – The Astana Times

Cultural Forum ‘Central Asia at the Crossroads of Civilizations’, Khiva, Uzbekistan, 2021; Unesco

The International Cultural Forum “Central Asia at the crossroads of Civilizations” will be held in Khiva, Uzbekistan, under the auspices of President Shavkat Mirziyoyev and organized in collaboration with UNESCO’s Social and Human Sciences Sector.

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What Makes Uzbekistan An Unsung Hero Amongst Travellers To Asia; Shreshtha Goswami; ED Times

Uzbekistan, a country that boasts of its serene, ethereal and ancient beauty, is an undiscovered gem of Asia that awaits travellers from all across the world to come and serve their vagabond soul a sense of satisfaction. A former Soviet Republic, Uzbekistan is now an independent nation with Tashkent as the largest and capital city of it.

Source: What Makes Uzbekistan An Unsung Hero Amongst Travellers To Asia

Razing Uzbekistan: Photos Capture Drastic Changes To Historic Cities; Amos Chapple; RFERL


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UNESCO offers modern methods for assessing the state of historic structures; Unesco


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5 Reasons You Must Visit Bukhara, Uzbekistan; Sophie Ibbotson; Wanderlust

Source: 5 Reasons You Must Visit Bukhara, Uzbekistan

Exploring Uzbekistan by bullet train; Peter Ford; Independent

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The 7.28am train to Bukhara, via Samarkand, pulls out of the Uzbek capital Tashkent on time. The Spanish-built Talgo bullet train will reach over 137mph as it speeds across the largely flat expanse…

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UNESCO heritage site in Uzbekistan to see more Chinese tourism and cooperation; Xu Liuliu; Global Times

You can never truly understand how beautiful and glorious Khiva is until you find yourself standing inside the ancient city itself. No words can match its beauty and the ancient wisdom on display in the buildings and planning of this city in central Asia’s Uzbekistan. With a seven-day visa-free policy for Chinese travelers coming in 2020, this UNESCO World Heritage site along the ancient Silk Road is expecting to see an increase in both tourists from China and archeology cooperation with the country.

Source: UNESCO heritage site in Uzbekistan to see more Chinese tourism and cooperation

A Unique story of Samarkand; Soma Chakravertty; National Herald India

Registan means a sandy place, a desert in Persian language. But Registan of Samarkand is a different story. In the ancient city of Samarkand, ruled by the Timurid dynasty it was the heart of the city.

Source: A Unique story of Samarkand

Bustling Bazaars, Ancient Cities, and the Silk Road: 10 Ways to Explore Uzbekistan; Michaela Trimble; Men’s Journal

From the country’s incredible monuments to its bustling bazaars and Silk Road, here are your not-to-miss experiences in Uzbekistan.

Source: Bustling Bazaars, Ancient Cities, and the Silk Road: 10 Ways to Explore Uzbekistan

From 0 to 4,665 Meters: Traveling Across the Silk Road and Pamir Highway; Bjoern Eldracher; Expedition Portal

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Bjoern left Germany some weeks ago, travelled through Eastern Europe to Russia, visited historical places, enjoyed the overwhelming hospitality of the Russians, and followed the vast open landscapes of Kazakhstan round the northern shore of the Caspian Sea.

Source: From 0 to 4,665 Meters: Traveling Across the Silk Road and Pamir Highway

Enchanting Uzbekistan; Travel Biz Monitor

We cover authentic information, news, topics, events, interviews, guest articles, features and updates on Travel & Tourism world.

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10 places to visit in a lifetime; Travel On The Dollar

Of all the many spectacular places to experience on this planet, here’s our list of ten places to visit in a lifetime.

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The World Heritage Centre Dispatches High-Level Reactive Monitoring Mission to Shakhrisyabz (Uzbekistan); Unesco

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Source: The World Heritage Centre Dispatches High-Level Reactive Monitoring Mission to Shakhrisyabz (Uzbekistan)

It’s simpler to visit Uzbekistan with a new visa-free scheme; Megan Eaves; Lonely Planet

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