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Name: Samarkand
Region: Samarqand
Country: Uzbekistan
Population: 319 366 inh.
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    Uzbekistan's Samarkand to have tourist zone - Trend News Agency

    Trend News Agency

    Uzbekistan's Samarkand to have tourist zone
    Trend News Agency
    Modern hotels, cottages, shops and entertainment facilities, including an amphitheater, bowling clubs, karaoke bars, cafes, restaurants and souvenir shops will be built in Samarkand within the framework of the program. Sports and recreational area will ...

    UMS expands retail chain in Samarkand - Telecompaper (subscription)

    UMS expands retail chain in Samarkand
    Telecompaper (subscription)
    Uzbekistan mobile operator UMS has expanded its retail chain in the city of Samarkand, reports Uzreport.uz. The operator has opened a new shop and service centre in downtown Samarkand, offering a full spectrum of operator services. UMS currently own ...

    'I avoided shaking hands with the AK47-toting gunman': strange tales on the road to Samarkand - Telegraph.co.uk

    Telegraph.co.uk

    'I avoided shaking hands with the AK47-toting gunman': strange tales on the road to Samarkand
    Telegraph.co.uk
    Apparently, proficient Uzbek drivers can do this at 50mph. Genghis was proficient, so proficient that he could spit several times in a minute while holding the door open and looking down at the ground. Police roadblocks appeared every 40 minutes ...

    Lviv: Ukraine's sophisticated surprise - Local Xpress

    Local Xpress

    Lviv: Ukraine's sophisticated surprise
    Local Xpress
    Lviv also offers a dizzying array of new experiences, including the possibility of sampling the cuisine of former Soviet republics not often represented in Canada: the dangerously delicious Uzbek cuisine at Chaikhana Samarkand or the delicious Georgian ...

    Uzbekistan to introduce visa-free travel for British tourists - Telegraph.co.uk

    Telegraph.co.uk

    Uzbekistan to introduce visa-free travel for British tourists
    Telegraph.co.uk
    Most travellers to Uzbekistan are drawn to the Silk Road cities of Samarkand, Bukhara and Khiva, which have been painstakingly restored to their former glory since the country was part of the Soviet Union. Tashkent, the capital, is rich in Soviet ...
    Uzbekistan to ease or cancel visa requirements for 27 countriesFree Malaysia Today

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    Uzbekistan: Where your travel money will take you far - The Independent

    The Independent

    Uzbekistan: Where your travel money will take you far
    The Independent
    “I thought you were Bill Gates,” the steward said while wheeling the buffet trolley along the aisle of Wednesday's 7.30am from Tashkent to Samarkand. The Afrosiyob high-speed train was racing across Uzbekistan's Steppe at over 140mph, reducing the ...

    Shining pearls, old and new, give life to the Silk Road - Telegraph.co.uk

    Telegraph.co.uk

    Shining pearls, old and new, give life to the Silk Road
    Telegraph.co.uk
    The first Chinese to cross the Uzbek lands from north to south was Zhang Qian, an envoy of Emperor Wu of Han (156-87 BC). He and his companions wrote about prosperous kingdoms: Bukhara, Fergana and Samarkand, all now territories of Uzbekistan.

    Uzbekistan: the most fascinating country you've never been to - Telegraph.co.uk

    Telegraph.co.uk

    Uzbekistan: the most fascinating country you've never been to
    Telegraph.co.uk
    If you're intrigued by the ancient Silk Road but don't have the time to travel its length from China to Turkey, you'll find three of the route's most important cities in Uzbekistan. Khiva, Bukhara and Samarkand were key stop-offs for traders, and have ...

    Uzbekistan's Samarkand: Oasis nestled in tradition - The Straits Times

    The Straits Times

    Uzbekistan's Samarkand: Oasis nestled in tradition
    The Straits Times
    Favourite destination: Samarkand, the second largest city after the capital Tashkent, is located in the majestic Zarafshan Valley. The city, which poets and historians have called "the precious jewel of the Eastern world", is a must-visit for any ...

    Seeking Safe Exotica? Uzbekistan Could Be The Answer - Travel Market Report

    Travel Market Report

    Seeking Safe Exotica? Uzbekistan Could Be The Answer
    Travel Market Report
    Look no further than Uzbekistan. Bordering on Kazakstan, Turkmenistan, Kyrgystan, Tajikistan and Afghanistan, Uzbekistan is home to the legendary Silk Road cities, Samarkand and Bukhara, which for centuries were the heart of the trade route from China ...

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