Uzbekistan trip and tour 13

Uzbekistan Tours: Tour 1913
Activity: Cultural tour
Destination: Uzbekistan
Duration: 10 days

Day 1: Your guide will meet you at the Tashkent International Airport. When you get to the hotel, you have time to rest. Your first day in Uzbekistan will begin with a historical tour of Tashkent. During this tour you will learn a lot if interesting things about Uzbekistan.
Day 2: Breakfast is ready at 8 in the morning. Tour: Ichan Kala - the heart of the city, where most of the historical and architectural monuments are located. This - the so-called "inner city" walled 2.2 km in length. This tour is full of interesting information to learn. Ichan Kala high minarets and domes, surrounded by residential buildings, a rich tradition of popular oriental architecture: monumental shapes, excellent carved pillars, doors and ceilings, original designs and colorful majolica. You can have breakfast in a traditional Uzbek restaurant. A traditional dinner will be given at 8 clock in the evening. You stay overnight in a local hotel.
Day 3: served at 8:00, breakfast. Early morning tour to Bukhara via Kyzylkum (Red Sands) Desert (435 km). Barren Land - home to squirrels and turtles. A good lunch in the local Uzbek restaurant. During the tour you will stop to see the Amudarya River, known to researchers as the Oxus. During this tour you will learn a lot if interesting things about Uzbekistan. Through the irrigation of cotton fields began during the Soviet era, the river dries quickly. Lunch is served in a nice restaurant at 20:00 clock. The tour lasts 5 to 6 hours. Your stay at the hotel instead.
Day 4: Breakfast is ready at 8 in the morning. Morning full day city tour. During the morning tour, you can visit: Citadel Ark This royal "city within a city" is home to the rulers of Bukhara for the millennium. You can have breakfast in a traditional Uzbek restaurant. The ark is as old as Bukhara itself. The fort was the center around which the medieval town developed. You will never forget this trip. A traditional dinner will be given at 8 clock in the evening. You stay overnight in a local hotel.
Day 5: At 8:00 am, breakfast is served. Tour to Samarkand then would be (268 miles) above Shakhrisabz, Tamerlane country. Shakhrisabz (Green City) is a small town south of Samarkand. Across the hills in Kashka-Darya A good lunch in the local Uzbek restaurant. That - hometown of Tamerlane, and once upon a time, he probably put Samarkand in the shadows. These days will be memorable. Lunch is served in a nice restaurant at 20:00 clock. Your stay at the hotel instead.
Day 6: Breakfast is ready at 8 in the morning. Full day tour for you should see. The main attractions of Samarkand The morning tour includes the Registan Square, since the 13th Century known as the square of the bazaar, was a center of trade and cultural life in medieval Samarkand. You will never forget this trip. It is surrounded by three madrasahs, built in different periods. You can have breakfast in a traditional Uzbek restaurant. The main impressions of the museum: a model of the old city and fortress walls, pottery, weapons, coins, altars, and especially painting murals seventh century. A traditional dinner will be given at 8 clock in the evening. You stay overnight in a local hotel.
Day 7: At 08.00, serves breakfast. Morning tour to Tashkent. Afternoon city tour of Tashkent. Some of the places that you can visit during the tour: The Museum of the history of the peoples of Uzbekistan, the largest museum in Tashkent contains 8,000 exhibits. A good lunch in the local Uzbek restaurant. This tour is full of interesting information to learn. Results shown in the archaeological museum, the life of the Central Asian states as well as the life of the Uzbek people from antiquity to modern times. Lunch is served in a nice restaurant at 20:00 clock. It is a quaint, noisy and full of local color. Your stay at the hotel instead.
Day 8: Breakfast is ready at 8 in the morning. Tour tour in Tashkent, including visits Chorsu bazaar in the old city of Tashkent, mosques and Kukuldash Khast Imom - the official Muslim religious center in Central Asia consists of Barak Khan Madrassa (16 cents), Tilla Shaykh Mosque - the Koran Osman, who is believed , the oldest Koran in the world was held in the library of the Mosque. You can have breakfast in a traditional Uzbek restaurant. Tour to Samarkand for 4 hours. A traditional dinner will be given at 8 clock in the evening. Arrival in Samarkand is the evening. These days will be memorable. Settlement in the hotel. You stay overnight in a local hotel.
Day 9: served at 8:00, breakfast. During this tour you will learn a lot if interesting things about Uzbekistan. Tour in Samarkand, which includes: famous Registan Square (with a Madrassa Sherdor 17th century, Tilla Kori and Ulugbek 15th century), Shokhi Zinda necropolis (an important pilgrimage site in Samarkand), remains of grandiose Bibi Khanum Mosque, mausoleum of Gur Emir (where the winner Amir Temur (Tamerlane), buried his two sons and two grandsons of the 15th century), the observatory of Ulugbek. A good lunch in the local Uzbek restaurant. Lunch is served in a nice restaurant at 20:00 clock. Your stay at the hotel instead.
Day 10: Breakfast is ready at 8 in the morning. They have a trip to Bukhara via Shakhrisabz. Tour Shakhrisabz include remains of the palace of the Ak-Saray (the summer palace of Timur), Kok Gumbaz Mosque (15th century), Khazrati Imom Ensamble (14th century). You can have breakfast in a traditional Uzbek restaurant. Arrival in Bukhara. This tour is full of interesting information to learn. Settlement in the hotel. A traditional dinner will be given at 8 clock in the evening. You stay overnight in a local hotel.
Day 11: At 8:00, which serves breakfast. You will never forget this trip. Tour in Bukhara: the Mausoleum of Ismail Samonid (the burial place of the dynasty founder Ismail Samani Samani, 10th century), Minaret Kalon Mosque and the Poi Kalon, Miri Arab madrassah (16th century), and rebuilt in the 16th Century, with Zoroastrian temple decorations on the bottom), the complex houses Lyabi. A good lunch in the local Uzbek restaurant. Lunch is served in a nice restaurant at 20:00 clock. Your stay at the hotel instead.
Day 12: Breakfast is ready at 8 in the morning. In the first half of the day continue to tour in Bukhara: Ark Fortress (home to the rulers of Bukhara), Museum of the Ark fortress, JR choir, the summer residence of Bukhara rulers. You can have breakfast in a traditional Uzbek restaurant. Departure from Bukhara and made a trip to Khiva (6 hours). Arrival to Khiva. A traditional dinner will be given at 8 clock in the evening. Registration to the hotel. You stay overnight in a local hotel.
Day 13: At 8:00, which serves breakfast. Tour in Khiva: Ichan-Kala architectural complex (1219 C.). - UNESCO World Heritage Site - a place of residence of the last Khan including Ismail Khodja Mausoleum, Mohammed Amin Khan Madrassah, Pahlavan Mahmud Mausoleum, Juma mosque (10th c) ... (1418 C). A good lunch in the local Uzbek restaurant. Packed. Urgench to catch the evening flight to Tashkent Arrival to Tashkent. Lunch is served in a nice restaurant at 20:00 clock. To the hotel. Your stay at the hotel instead.
Day 14: Your guide will take you back to the airport.
 
 
 
 

     13 - Embroidery - it can trim or gold in nature. Ornamental embroidery complements other types of architectural and decorative arts as Gunch (gypsum) and woodcarving and embroidered products widely decorated apartments and small household items as well as everyday and formal dress. Local artistic styles eventually developed. In the 19th Century Bukhara, Nurata, Shakhrisabz, Samarkand, Jizak, Tashkent, Fergana and Pskent were important centers of embroidery. Ornamental embroidery art is exclusively women. Gold embroidery was used extensively in Bukhara in the 19th Century developed. The splendid items of the Emir court and morals presented robes of great value resulted in contracts set on a large scale. It was mainly done on velvet, chamois leather and wool on silk and rare. In contrast embroidery ornament gold embroidery was explained exclusively by men folk belief that the golden thread would turn black if touched by a woman out.
     Suzanei the embroidery is on a decorative wall hanging with the largest is 2-3m long and 2m wide.
     Jewelry - an Uzbek woman's life connected with jewelry from the moment of their birth, if she gets from her grandmother a bracelet and earrings. Normally wears an Uzbek woman's forehead and chest decoration, earrings, bracelets, beads and pendants in her plaits. Uzbek jewelers or zargars use various methods of traditional metal processing such as cutting, smiting, casting, chasing, engraving, gold plated and gilded, inlaid, blackening and painting.
     Weaving - the people of Central Asia are not limited to simple trading but also actively participated in the production of goods, especially in silk weaving. In the second half of the 19th Century were made with simple and complex interdependence in Margilan, Namangan, Bukhara, Andijan, Samarkand, and Kitab Urgut various plain and patterned handmade fabrics of cotton, silk and semi-silk scarves. Wool, flax, cotton, and silk are used as raw materials in Central Asia. They were also used to decorate homes and clothers. The most attractive aspect of the Uzbek fabrics is the beauty of their colors and the pure dyes which are used in delicate combinations.