Uzbekistan travel and trip 12

Uzbekistan Tours: Tour 12
Activity: Cultural tour
Direction: Uzbekistan
Duration: 10 days

Day 1: arrive YOU Are the airport "Tashkent" and your guide WILL be meeting. Are YOU in the city of Tashkent Accompany. Then YOU Have A Breakfast. A DINNER. Your WILL night in Tashkent organized.
Day 2: We start our tour About Éinen transfer to the airport of Tashkent on the morning flight to Urgench. Arrival in Urgench. Moving to Khiva (35 km). Place in the hotel. On a city tour. The ensemble consists of THE smallest Koran schools in Khiva and die minaret of the upper deck at a height of 45 meters and is the highest point in the city. A DINNER. Your night in Khiva organized.
Day 3: In 7 clock in the morning breakfast. Bus travel to Bukhara through the desert on the road to a caravan, (480 km, 6-7 hours). Arrival in Bukhara. Place in the hotel. A free time. A DINNER. Your night in Bukhara organized.
Day 4: In 7 clock in the morning breakfast. City tour. Citadel Ark (. 4th century BC), mausoleum of the Samanids (9-tenth century), Chashma Ayub (14 century), Bolo Hauz mosque die (early 20s), Coumpol A market madrassas Nodir die sofa Beghi, Ljabi-A Hauz complex (14-17), Kalyan Minaret (12 century), Kalyan Mosque (12 th century), Madrassah Miri die Arabic (16 th century). DINNER in a traditional Uzbek house. Your night in Bukhara organized.
Day 5: Day Begins with One drive from one city marking a visit to the mausoleum Bahauddin Naqshbandi (16-19 centuries), seiners on the graves of his mother and teacher (14th century), Mausoleum Chor-Bakr, visit the summer (10 c.) residence Sitora-Mohi-Hossa (Century 19). A DINNER. Your night in Bukhara organized.
Day 6: In 7 clock in the morning breakfast. Visit YOU in a ethnographic museum and ancient mosques. Moving to Bukhara. A DINNER. Your night in Bukhara organized.
7 days: Day starts with the coach in a journey Shakhrisabz (290 km, 5 hours). Place in the hotel. A sightseeing tour of a city: ruins (14-fifteenth century) Ak-shed, Dor-ut Saodat A complex, Dor-ut (Khazratiy One of Imam Mosque (14th century), Jahangir mausoleum (14 c).). Tillavat a plant: Gumbazi-Seiidan, a cook Gumbaz Mosque (15 th century), visit the factory of art products "Khudjun". A DINNER. Your night in Shahrisabz organized.
Day 8: Day starts with the coach A trip to Termez (300 km, 5 hours). Place in the hotel. A sightseeing tour of a city: the Archaeological Museum, Fayaztepa (ancient a website settlement of the 2-third century), Mausoleum of Hakim at Termezi (die nine fifteenth century) die (4 km), Buddhist mortar Zurmala (7 km), Mausoleum of Sultan Saodat (nozzle 10-fifteenth century) (7.5 km), Honako Kokaldor Ota (16 c.) (4 miles), Abbey Kirk Kiz (9-tenth c.) (4 miles). A DINNER. Your night in Termez organized.
Day 9: In 7 clock in the morning breakfast. Surkhandarya Region Tour: Minaret Djarkurgan IS (12 c.) (60 km from Termez), Iskandar Bridge (16 c.) (45 km from Djarkurgan) Dalverzintepa Archaeological excavations (1 cent), the capital of the kingdom Kushansky. A transfer in the city Denau (30 km). The sightseeing trip to a city: Said Atalik madrasas (16 th century), the local nursery. Moving to Samarkand (380 km, 5-6 hours). Place in the hotel. A DINNER. Your night in Samarkand organized.
Day 10: Day Begins tour of a city: excavations and a museum of an old site of ancient settlement "Afrasiab" architectural complex Shahi Zindeh (11-fifteenth century), The Mausoleum Gur Emir of - grave Tamerlane (14-fifteenth century ), mosque Bibi-Hanum die mosque, the market. DINNER in a traditional Uzbek house with One folklore concert. Your night in Samarkand organized.
Day 11: In 7 clock in the morning breakfast. City of the tour program: the surface Registan - Ulugbek (15 century), madrassas Shir-Dor (17 century), madrassas Tillja-Kari (17 century), Ulugbek observatory (15 th century). Moving to Tashkent (315 km, 4 hours). Place in the hotel. A DINNER. Your WILL night in Tashkent organized.
Day 12: We QUIT Our tour with tour of Tashkent: the independence Navoi region die Theatrical area madrassas die Barrack-khan madrassah, Kaffal-Shashi mausoleum, Kukeldash (16th (16th c.) (15th c.). century), Juma. A mosque (9th century), the Museum of Applied Art and History Museum Visit of Opera and Ballet Theater A.Navoi. A DINNER. Your WILL night in Tashkent organized.
Day 13: Our guide WILL airport of Tashkent Accompany.
 
 
 
 
 
 
12 - Museum of victims of repression
Memorial to the victims of repression in Tashkent
Uzbekistan, a country that informs a strict control over information about current events, takes tentative steps toward an exploration of its recent past. A new museum in Tashkent is dedicated to raising awareness about the repression during the tsarist and Soviet eras.

In the first years of independence Uzbekistan, stressed the official policy of the renewal of the old national traditions through the study of the recent past. The focus began in mid-1999 with the Cabinet of Ministers' resolution change to "perpetuate the memory of those who sacrificed themselves for the freedom of their people and the people. "In a country where public discourse is still dictated from the top down, the resolution set out the framework for public discussion about" victims of colonialism "and" victims of the repression. "

The resolution in 1999 led directly to the opening of the museum of the victims of repression. The museum is located in the new Martyrs' Memorial complex, which honors those who suffered from Russian and Soviet colonial rule. The blue-domed building contains exhibits of the recent history of the area, which now consists of Uzbekistan, of the first Russian attacks against the Khanate of Khiva (a powerful state captured from the 16th century to Russia in 1873) with the "cotton affair" of 1980s.

Many exhibits culled draw on information from the former KGB archives - offers the public unprecedented commitment in the records of the former Soviet secret police. Nevertheless, curators have been careful to limit the scope of the exhibits. For example, only the names of victims in various displays are displayed. The identities of the perpetrators are not mentioned.

Displays are arranged in chronological order. The first set of exhibits provides general information about the historical era of the "Great Game" between the British and Russian Empires for control of Central Asia played. In the next series of showcases, the purpose of the museum comes into better focus as individuals in the 19 Century anti-tsarist uprisings in Andijan and Tashkent participated listed by name, and tendered their fate: some were hanged, exiled or sent to another prison.