Recommend an inspiring person

WE matter who is close to us and to our families. We wish to be close to us only reliable people who can be trusted.

    Наши люди WE:

  • Наш Человек стремится создавать то, что улучшает жизнь людей

  • Наш Человек в общении с окружением честен и справедлив, порядочен и верен

  • Вы доверяете ему и уверены в его искренности

  • Наш Человек живет полной жизнью: любимая семья, достойное окружение, любимое дело, интересное хобби

  • Наш Человек всегда идет вперед и развивается

  • Наш Человек неравнодушен и готов вместе с нами создавать добрые дела

Далее
Recommend an inspiring person

Выберете одну или нескольо рубрик, в которую вы рекомендуете человека


Закрыть поиск
ВАША ЗАЯВКА ПРИНЯТА

Спасибо за неравнодушие!
Нам важно узнавать о достойных людях, чтобы рассказывать о них городу!

Вернуться на главную

Subscribe

Array
(
    [SRC] => /upload/resize_cache/iblock/1c9/400_450_240cd750bba9870f18aada2478b24840a/1c9017798be388d8a76e83e66c997f16.jpeg
    [WIDTH] => 400
    [HEIGHT] => 450
)
historical-monuments-of-tashkent
Historical monuments of Tashkent
727

15.01.2021

Historical monuments of Tashkent

Kukeldash Madrasah

Kukeldash Madrasah.jpg

Kukeldash Madrasah is a medieval madrasa in Tashkent, located close to Chorsu Bazaar and Chorsu Metro station. It was built around 1570 by the Shaybanid Dynasty of rulers. The madrasah was converted into a caravanserai in the 18th century, then it served as a fortress. In the 20th century it was a museum, first of atheism, and later of folk music. In the 1990s, the building was made a madrasah again

Address: 46 Navoi Ave.



Sacred Heart Catholic Cathedral

sacred-heart-of-jesus-cathedral-tashkent-by-ahmed-sajjad-zaidi.jpg

Sacred Heart Catholic Cathedral is the name given to a religious building belonging to the Roman Catholic Church. This is a relatively new structure that was built in the early twentieth century in Gothic architecture.

Address: 7 Sadiq Asimov St.



Chorsu Bazaar

0744e78e903022d47a4ac6e6f12e60cb.jpg

The market is considered one of the oldest not only in Uzbekistan, but throughout Central Asia. The bazaar gained popularity during the time of the descendants of Tamerlane, as it was an intermediate point on the Great Silk Road. All types of goods are sold at Chorsu: food, clothing, products of local artisans, household items and other things.

Address: 57 Tafakkur St.



Barak-khan Madrasah

barak-khan madrassa.jpg

It was built in the XVI century by Suyunidzh-khan, an Ulugbek’s grandson. A special premise of the Barakh-khan Madrasah library is used to keep the world-known Koran of Caliph Osman. Today the building is occupied by craftsmen, who produce there their original souvenirs and sell them right in the place.

Address: Karasaray St.



Palace of the Romanovs

romanov palace.jpg

This one-storey fine building of brick is located close to Amir Temur Square and was built for Grand Prince Nikolay Romanov, first cousin of Tsar Nikolay II, who was deported here in 1881 to mine precious stones. Currently, the building is used as the Reception House of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Uzbekistan.

Address: Sharaf Rashimov Ave.



Khast-Imam Complex

Khast-Imam Complex.jpg

Khast-Imam complex is a cultic architectural complex and the religious heart of Tashkent, is located in the old part of the city. The complex formed around the grave of outstanding Muslim scholar Khazrati Imam, who was one of Tashkent’s first imams.

Address: Karasaray St.

Подписаться на рассылку WE project!

Мы пишем о том, что помогает сориентироваться в новом мире и выбрать то, что нужно именно вам.