Uzbekistan trip and tour 03

Uzbekistan Tours: Tour 2003
Activity: Cultural tour
Destination: Uzbekistan
Duration: 10 days

Day 1: Tashkent International Airport - is where you land. When you get to the hotel, you have time to rest. Her first day of the tour will begin with a city tour and visit. Uzbekistan - a beautiful country with amazing history.
Day 2: You have a delicious breakfast will be ready for the 8 clock in the morning. Morning flight to Urgench. Arrival in Urgench, go to the hotel in Khiva. Your guide will tell you a lot about Uzbekistan interestring facts. Managed tour in Khiva. Uzbek restaurant serves a traditional food for lunch. Visit the UNESCO World Heritage site Ichan-Qala castle during the tour. Free time during the day. Lunch will be prepared in a traditional restaurant for 8 hours in the evening. Your good night traditional hotel will be given.
Day 3: 8:00, where your breakfast. In the morning depart Khiva and made a trip to Bukhara (500 km, 7 hours). Uzbekistan - a beautiful country with amazing history. On the way you have to see a trip on the river Amu Darya. Local restaurant serves a traditional food for lunch. Arrival in Bukhara during the day. Lunch will be prepared in a traditional restaurant for 8 hours in the evening. Registration to the hotel. Leisure. Quiet and relaxing night will be granted at the hotel.
Day 4: You have a delicious breakfast will be ready for the 8 clock in the morning. Tour will take place in Bukhara. We make your stay unforgettable. Seen during the tour of the famous dynasty Samani mausoleum, Arc Fortress, Chashma-Ayub, an ensemble of Kalon, Miri Arab Madrassah Mosque Magoki-Attari. Lunch will be prepared in a traditional restaurant for 8 hours in the evening. Your good night traditional hotel will be given.
Day 5 is given at 8 clock your breakfast. Continue tour Bukhara. Our company will try its largest order to a memorable upset. The tour will be ready for the summer palace of the Emir of Bukhara Sitorai-Mokhikhosa, choir-Bakr and Bakhoutdin Naqshbandi Mausoleum. In the afternoon free time in Bukhara. Lunch will be prepared in a traditional restaurant for 8 hours in the evening. Quiet and relaxing night will be granted at the hotel.
Day 6: You have a delicious breakfast will be ready for the 8 clock in the morning. In the morning depart Bukhara and made a trip to the yurt camp in the desert near the village of Kyzylkum Yangigazgan away. Uzbek restaurant serves a traditional food for lunch. Visit on the road to the workshop owner and ceramic Gijduvan Nurata to a local mosque with a holy spring water. We make your stay unforgettable. Camel riding in the tour and leisure. Lunch will be prepared in a traditional restaurant for 8 hours in the evening. In the evening, at dinner Kazakh sister sing folk songs be. Your good night traditional hotel will be given.
Day 7 is given at 8 clock your breakfast. In the morning visit the unique lake Aidarkul, in the desert. Your guide will tell you a lot about Uzbekistan interestring facts. Free time at the lake I s for you. Local restaurant serves a traditional food for lunch. Afternoon depart from the camp of yurts and tour in Samarkand. Arrival in Samarkand, in the hotel. Lunch will be prepared in a traditional restaurant for 8 hours in the evening. Time to relax. Quiet and relaxing night will be granted at the hotel.
Day 8: You have a delicious breakfast will be ready for the 8 clock in the morning. You will have a tour tour in Samarkand. Our company will try its largest order to a memorable upset. You can visit during the day tour of Registan Square, Ruins of Bibi-Khanum Mosque, cemeteries Shakhi-Zinda, the mausoleum of Gur Emir, the observatory of Ulugbek. Uzbek restaurant serves a traditional food for lunch. Free time in the afternon. Lunch will be prepared in a traditional restaurant for 8 hours in the evening. Your good night traditional hotel will be given.
Day 9 is given at 8 clock your breakfast. In the morning depart Samarkand and from tour to Tashkent. Uzbekistan - a beautiful country with amazing history. Arrival in Tashkent, the hotel register. Local restaurant serves a traditional food for lunch. The tour will be the center of Tashkent, Amir Temur Square, Independence Square, Old City part of Tashkent to be complex Khast-Imom and Chor-Su bazaar, Museum of Applied Arts. Lunch will be prepared in a traditional restaurant for 8 hours in the evening. Quiet and relaxing night will be granted at the hotel.
Day 10: In the morning, your guide will bring to the airport.

 
 
 
 
 
 
3-1924 Uzbekistan was created as part of a "national delimitation", re-divided Turkestan, Bukhara, Khiva and new national republics. This effectively andTatar the Central Asian nationalists to unite a country Turks and other Muslim peoples of the former Russian Empire, Bukhara, Khiva and wanted to create blocked. Accordingly, the common history, language, traditions and people of the region were out to individual local parceled nationalities.
Although the Bolsheviks led some economic and social reforms in the early 1920s, the pace of change soon with the introduction of the first Five-Year Plan (FYP) in 1928 accelerated. By 1932, about three-quarters of the Republic of farm households were collected in collective farms. Cotton farming was greatly expanded at the expense of other crops, particularly food. During the First FYP, the Bolsheviks massive campaigns against Islam, women "liberate" was inaugurated, and raise literacy. The literacy campaign coincided with a shift in the Uzbek language from the Arabic to the Latin alphabet.
In its first decade in power, the Bolsheviks were obliged to govern through a coalition with indigenous nationalist forces, many of them Jadids or influenced by them. Russians and other European nationalities also occupied important posts. Until the late 1920s, however, as part korenizatsiia (nativization), Moscow sought to replace European squad with Central Asians. This was especially difficult because by the late 1920s, the Bolsheviks had less tolerant of their better-educated allies who had prerevolution training. Despite the opposition of most Europeans live in Uzbekistan, while poorly trained korenizatsiia many natives were promoted to positions of authority alleged. The financial and social costs of these policies were extremely high, and after 1934 was korenizatsiia quietly forgotten.
The purges of the mid-1930s decimated the Communist Party and state apparatus. While these purges virtually all the leaders of the Republic were on trumped-up charges, including allegations of nationalism and efforts to withdraw from the USSR removed. Many of the Uzbek leaders were executed together with a large part of the cultural intelligence.