11 What Interesting You Can Find In Andijan, Uzbekistan

What Interesting You Can Find In Andijan, Uzbekistan

Posted on February 23, 2012 by

Andijan with a population of about 323,900 people is the fourth-largest city in Uzbekistan and the capital of the Andijan Province. It is located in the east of the country, near the border with Kyrgyzstan on the Andijan-Say River.

Andijan is situated 350 km from Tashkent and when weather is good, it will take you about 5 hours to cover the distance.


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11 Responses to “What Interesting You Can Find In Andijan, Uzbekistan”

  1. aguest says:

    Why do they call them “filter” cakes?

  2. Murka says:

    Uzbeks call it ‘Non’.
    In russian, it is called ‘Riposhka’.
    First time, I have heard filtercake.

  3. Alex says:

    I’m not sure what a filter cake is but in those pictures its no cake. It’s their tradition flat bred called “lepyoshka” similar to Indian Naan.

  4. mage_blackstone says:

    Difficult life in Uzbekistan.

    • Paul Beck says:

      Who said that is difficult? Everything is fine in Uzbekistan. I’ve travelled there a year ago and I really liked this country.

  5. Ashka says:

    nice pictures anyway, the people are poor, but they seem to enjoy life. and there is something I envy them that is beautiful nature and cleaner environment. I live in Poland, in a city, it’s dirty here and there is too much poverty too…

  6. XXX says:

    DAMN!!! People are NOT poor in ANDIJAN city!

  7. Likova says:

    Hah at the guy washing carrots in the puddle, filled by who knows how many stray dogs urin
    and what not. If I ever visit any region in Uzbekistan, i’ll remember not to buy cont…err “washed” carrots.

  8. Tobbe says:

    Ucell logo looks alot like Telia

    • Antisocialist says:


      It’s owned by TeliaSonera that’s why they have that same stone as their logo and same colour.

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