10 Colors of Uzbekistan

Colors of Uzbekistan

Posted on November 14, 2011 by


It’s going to cost you 50 dollars to get to Samarkand from Tashkent (a 300-kilometer drive) by taxi, which is like nothing if compared with Moscow prices. On the way there you’ll come across piles of melons of all kinds which they sell along the roads, so if you happen to pass by, pull up to taste some!

The road runs through hills.

People sell home-made honey…

… and apples grown by themselves up to December.

Gur Amir.

In Tamburlaine’s mausoleum.

The tomb of the heirs to the Empire.

Gur Amir became a prototype for many other architectural monuments.

The moulding technique is very complicated and now it’s lost. This is papier-mache; the paper is 500 years old!

Persimmons bearing fruits.

Grapes.

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10 Responses to “Colors of Uzbekistan”

  1. geoff says:

    A beautiful collection of pictures. At twenty cents for a car boot full of cotton it is a miracle to me that there is a cotton industry.

  2. cottonpickin says:

    Outstanding pics! More on Samarkand & Tamerlane.

  3. popalumi says:

    Fotografiile sunt foarte reusite.Fructele le-am mincat cu ochii.Sunt eco?Locurile mi se par ciudate.

  4. Mariel says:

    My god, very beatiful pictures!!!! THANKS

  5. mustafa says:

    these r a nice pics

  6. Brianog says:

    Brings back the memories of my years in Ozbekiston
    would like to see more pictures of the people especially because I found them a wonderful warm hearted people especially in Ferghana valley Asaka, Kokand, Ferhgana and Andijan

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