What is uzbekistan famous for?
Uzbekistan is most well known for its ancient cities. The cities of Bukhara, Khiva and Samarkand were well known along the Silk Road which was a major trade route.
The capital city of Uzbekistan is Tashkent . Uzbekistan's capital city is Tashkent..
Uzbekistan is located in Central Asia, south of Russia. It shares most of its borders with Kazakhstan. Uzbekistan is in Central Asia, north of Turkmenistan, south of Kazakhsta…n
Most of the people are Muslim, however you can find Christian churches as Russians living in Uzbekistan are mostly Christian. You can find also Buddhists mainly ethnic Korea…ns.
\n26,593,000, but only around 80% of this are ethnically Uzbek.
Hm ... As Citizen of this country i can say that it is big and beautiful country, especially Tahskent.
It is a country located south of Russia and Kazakhstan. It is in Central Asia. It's the second biggest cotton exporter in the world after U.S.A..
Bobur or Babur shoh who was born in Andijon, Uzbekistan, descendant of Amir Temur founder of Turkistan.
Al Khorazmiy,(scientist) Al Bukhoriy(scientist) a person who made Islam powerful religion Abu Raykhon Beruniy(scientist) Abu Ali Ibn Sino(scientist) very very powerful p…erson in all Arabic world Al Far-goniy(scientist) Amir Temur(scientist) conqueror of central Asia from Persia to India and north to Russia Yassaviy(scientist) Ulugbek,(scientist)famous astronomer,math etc Alisher Navoiy,(scientist)creater of Uzbek Language, buried in Afghanistan 16cetntury Bobur (scientist) his grandson built Tadj Makhal 16-17century
bukhara the religion city-The old city of Bukhara was founded 2,500 years ago. Within its ancient city walls and gates are 500 standing monuments: they include 24 madrasas, 48… mosques, 14 caravanserais, 9 mausoleums, 4 trading domes, the Ark citadel, and many hammams, old houses, and canals. Bukhara, one of Uzbekistan's treasures, is a place rich in history and dramatic architecture. The city's most famous landmark, the Kalyan Minaret (dating back to 1127), is the greatest remnant of truly old Bukhara; Genghis Khan destroyed most of the city, but left the minaret standing, supposedly because he was struck by its beauty. The Minharet was once the tallest building there and they called it "The Tower of Death" because it was so tall. Legend has it, executions were often performed by throwing the condemned from its heights. In truth, however, locals will tell you that only one such killing occurred from the tower.by Anthony v.
what are uzbek beliefs
Uzbekistan is located on the Northern hemisphere. For Uzbekistan to be on the Equator or in the Southern hemisphere, it would have to be where Kenya, Zaire Botswana or any of… the other coutries below the Equator are.
No, Uzbekistan does not touch any ocean.
samarkand, bukhara, khiva, ferghana, andijan, shakhrisabz, kokand, tashkent,
Uzbekistan claims to be a democratic republic but the president likes to dictate and Uzbekistan tends to be more lenient to Islam since about 88% of the population claim to be… Muslim. It is kind of a semi dictatorship.