Youth tourism

When planning a trip with friends, you should definitely pay attention to Uzbekistan, because it offers quite a few advantages for young people
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Uzbekistan. Safe travel GUARANTEED

New times require new security solutions. The threat of the spread of coronavirus continues to be relevant and negatively affect physical and emotional health. Now, before any trip, the traveler involuntarily thinks about precautions and sanitary standards.
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The Week of Cultural Legacy will be held in Uzbekistan

Tashkent will host the traditional Week of Cultural Legacy of Uzbekistan and the 4th International Congress "The Cultural Legacy of Uzbekistan as the Basis of a New Renaissance." This key event of the Week starts on December 15 in the Youth Palace. The representatives of official circles and international organizations, over 300 prominent foreign scholars from more than 40 countries of the world, as well as about 1000 domestic scholars and national participants will attend the Congress.
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Erkin Vohidov - The Ode to Man

Erkin Vohidov was an Uzbek poet, playwright, literary translator, and statesman. In addition to writing his own poetry, Vohidov translated the works of many famous foreign poets, such as Aleksandr Tvardovsky, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Muhammad Iqbal, Rasul Gamzatov, and Sergey Yesenin into the Uzbek language. Particularly noteworthy are his translations of Yesenin's works and Goethe's Faust.
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Tashkent International Tourism Fair “Tourism on the Silk road”

From November 11 to 13, 2020, Uzbekistan will host the Tashkent International Tourism Fair “Tourism on the Silk road”. TITF-2020 is organized by the State Committee of the Republic of Uzbekistan for Tourism Development.
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Samarkand Half Marathon

On November 1, in Uzbekistan starts the annual international charity «Samarkand Half Marathon». The holding of this charity run helps to solve the problem of drawing public attention to children with autism spectrum disorder.
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Run with us online on November 1st!

The Art and Culture Development Foundation of Uzbekistan has started registering participants for the Samarkand Half Marathon
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Central Asia, especially today’s Uzbekistan, has historically existed as an ancient cradle of science, culture and art. This also mentioned in pre-Islamic sources. In particular, in the Avesta, advanced ideas for the spiritual environment, science and education of the time were put forward. At the same works on astronomy, medicine, law and religion have been written in Aramaic, Sogdian, Turkic, Pahlavi, Khorezmian, Assyrian, Bactrian, Uyghur and Khotani and this scientific legacy has been serving as the basis for a strong civilization.
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Surkhandarya Region

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