Uzbekistan trip and tour 04

Uzbekistan Tours: Tour 2004
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. The flight in the morning at 7:00 clock in Urgench. Tour to Khiva. Settlement in the hotel. Uzbek restaurant serves a traditional food for lunch. 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. Your guide will tell you a lot about Uzbekistan interestring facts. Lunch 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 (6 hours). On the road to the river Amudarya. Uzbekistan - a beautiful country with amazing history. Arrival in Bukhara. Lunch will be prepared in a traditional restaurant for 8 hours in the evening. Registration to the hotel. 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. We make your stay unforgettable. The tour includes a visit to 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), is an Uzbek restaurant serve a traditional meal for lunch. 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. In the first half of the day continued tour Bukhara: Ark Fortress (home to the rulers of Bukhara), Museum of the Ark fortress, JR choir, the summer residence of Bukhara rulers. Local restaurant serves a traditional food for lunch. Tour to Samarkand takes about 3 hours. Our company will try its largest order to a memorable upset. Arrival to Samarkand. Lunch will be prepared in a traditional restaurant for 8 hours in the evening. Settlement in the hotel. Quiet and relaxing night will be granted at the hotel.
Day 6: We will make your stay unforgettable. They have a delicious breakfast will be ready for the 8 clock in the morning. 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. Uzbek restaurant serves a traditional food for lunch. Lunch will be prepared in a traditional restaurant for 8 hours in the evening. Your good night traditional hotel will be given.
Day 7 is given at 8 clock your breakfast. Travel to Tashkent on 4 hours. Arrival in Tashkent. Your guide will tell you a lot about Uzbekistan interestring facts. Settlement in the hotel. Local restaurant serves a traditional food for lunch. Tour includes visits to Tashkent Chorsu bazaar in the center of Tashkent, mosques and Kukuldash Khast Imom - the official Muslim religious center in Central Asia. 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 8: You have a delicious breakfast will be ready for the 8 clock in the morning. Morning flight to Fergana. Arrival at the hotel in Fergana settlement. Our company will try its largest order to a memorable upset. Travel in the Kokand: visit the palace of the rulers of Kokand in the 19th Century, Narbutebay Madrassa and Mosque of Juma. Uzbek restaurant serves a traditional food for lunch. Take Rishtan on the way - a tour to visit a ceramics workshop. 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. Take Margilan. Uzbekistan - a beautiful country with amazing history. The tour will visit a silk factory. Local restaurant serves a traditional food for lunch. Tour Fergana held after lunch. Flight back to Tashkent. 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.

 
 
 
 
 
 
4 - points from the mid-1930s, cultural and linguistic Russification policy. Traditional art forms, clothing and customs were discouraged, and many Uzbek words Arabic, Persian and Turkish origin were replaced by Russian. In 1940, the Uzbek Cyrillic script to the Latin alphabet has been postponed.
The generation of Republican leaders who rose during the purges was completely dependent on Moscow. Although their authority within the Republic was very high, in fact all major policy decisions were made in Moscow.
World War II had a profound effect on the republic by replacing women and children in the work world, the men who had left to fight the war. The war increased industrialization in the Republic, which is also a large influx of refugees from the European part of the Soviet Union.
CPU-Z The new First Secretary, Islam Karimov, introduced major policy changes to increase his party's legitimacy. This seems to be with the blessing of Moscow, which had been up to that time, the futility of any attempt to reaffirm Russia's central control made done. Among the changes introduced by Karimov, had a conciliatory policy towards Islam and a higher status for the Uzbek language. He also called on Moscow ecological and economic policies favorable Uzbekistan. Gradually and simultaneously with leaders in other republics Karimov began to make demands for more local control over its own affairs of the Republic.
Began to form a new policy in line with national interests when Islam Karimov took the lead in the national government.
Karimov was elected President of the Republic of Uzbekistan in the first Meeting of the Supreme Council of the Uzbek Soviet Socialist Republic March 1990.
Presidential decrees, actions, decisions of the Supreme Council and the government, and finally the declaration of independence were to secure to all political and economic independence and national rebirth of the Republic of Uzbekistan. In 1989, the Uzbek official language of the new state was made, and a package of measures designed to address the most pressing economic problems, such as the monoculture of cotton and support revival of Uzbek culture