Historic Sights

Historic Sights of Tashkent

Tashkent is the city with a fascinating and rich history. You will find here many historical places to visit and admire. Browse our list of mostly visited historical places in Tashkent that are included in the itenirary of almost every tourist. View photos,  find out descriptions and read reviews of historical tourist attractions of Tashkent.

Holy Trinity St. Nicholas ConventWelcome to Holy Trinity St. Nicholas Convent in Tashkent. Here you will find information, view photos and read tourist reviews of Holy Trinity St. Nicholas Convent in Tashkent.
Holy Martyr Patriarch Ermogen CathedralWelcome to The Holy Martyr Patriarch Ermogen Cathedral in Tashkent. Here you will find information, view photos and read tourist reviews of The Holy Martyr Patriarch Ermogen Cathedral in Tashkent.
The cathedral of Equal-to-the-Apostles Great Prince VladimirWelcome to The cathedral of Equal-to-the-Apostles Great Prince Vladimir in Tashkent. Here you will find information, view photos and read tourist reviews of The cathedral of Equal-to-the-Apostles Great Prince Vladimir in Tashkent.
The St. Alexander Nevsky CathedralWelcome to The St. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral in Tashkent. Here you will find information, view photos and read tourist reviews of The St. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral in Tashkent.
Holy Assumption Cathedral Church (Uspensky Cathedral)Welcome to Holy Assumption Cathedral Church (Uspensky Cathedral) in Tashkent. Here you will find information, view photos and read tourist reviews of Holy Assumption Cathedral Church in Tashkent.
Sacred Heart of Jesus CathedralSacred Heart of Jesus Cathedral - Catholic church in the Tashkent city, located on the street Sadiq Asimov. It is more popularly known as the Polish church.
Kukeldash madrassahEvery city in Uzbekistan, whether it is Samarkand or Samarkand has a central ensemble - Registan. In Tashkent, the Registan ensemble consisted of a large madrasa Kukeldash with remarkable mosaics in the portal. The monument is raised on a high pedestal, emerged on the ancient cultural layers.
Sheikhantaur MausoleumMemorial at Sheikh Hovandi Takhur is considered as one of the ancient buildings, preserved in Tashkent. It was built by order of Amir Temur over the grave of the Sheikh at the end of the 15th century. The personality of Havendi Takhur attracted his contemporaries, and descendants, who considered him as the Sheikh - the wisest of the wise.
Friday MosqueThis is the third largest Friday mosque in Uzbekistan, after two buildings of its kind - Bibi Khanum in Samarkand and Kalyan in Samarkand. This three-domed mosque which was completely rebuilt is located in the center of the Old Town, on the hill near Chorsu Bazaar.
Mausoleum of ZangiotaGenerally, from a certain point of view memorial in the village Zangi-ota looks even more exotic than the tombs and madrassah in Samarkand, Khiva and Shakhrisabz. Because, though located near the modern metropolis, but in fact - in the rural hinterland, it lacks flashy gloss inherent in the popular tourist destination.
Abulkasym MadrassahAt Beshagach, once was of the four boroughs of old Tashkent, between the grandiose Istiqlol Concert Hall and the Parliament of Uzbekistan - Oliy Majlis there is a building that is not similar to those around - Abulkasym madrassah, built in the style of Renaissance East and founded in the first half of the 19th century.
Khazrati Imam Architectural ComplexThe whole complex, which is now consists of 'Barakhan' madrassah, 'Tilla Shaykh' mosque, 'Muyi Muborak' madrassah, tomb of Kaffal Shashi, 'Namozgah' mosque, as well as newly built 'Hazrat Imam' mosque, was named Hazrat Imam on behalf of the Imam Sheikh Kaffal Shashi.
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