Silk Road in Central Asia

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Kazakhstan’s Biggest City

Almaty mirrors the country’s ascending aspirations and reflects a lot of its past under the Russian influence. The Zenkov Cathedral is the second largest wood building in the world and among the most visited places, while the seven mosques of the city have all been built after independence. The modern part of Almaty resembles western cities and impresses with its backdrop of the Tian Shan mountain range.

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City of Museums

Bukhara has preserved its ancient appearance in its extensive, unparalleled collection of authentic architecture. Situated in the midst of Kyzylkum Desert, Bukhara boasts about 1,000 historic monuments evoking the golden age of the legendary Silk Road.


Dushanbe, the Green Oasis in the Desert

Dushanbe, the capital of Tajikistan, captivates visitors with its blend of grand Soviet-era architecture and traditional Tajik charm, as they explore its leafy avenues and vibrant bazaars. Nestled in a valley, surrounded by mountains, Dushanbe offers a tranquil atmosphere that invites travelers to immerse themselves in its unique cultural tapestry.

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The Most Beautiful City in the World

Samarkand's giant Registan Square is certainly among the most notable architectural complexes in Central Asia. But it is also a center of local craftsmanship, where you can watch how silk rugs are being made and how to manufacture paper from mulberry bark.

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A City Within a City

Built from stone, Khiva was once one of the ancient Silk Road’s most prominent oases. Its palaces, mosques, minarets, mausoleums and madrasas represent one of the well-preserved clusters of medieval oriental urban architecture.


The Capital of Kyrgyzstan

Bishkek, the capital city of Kyrgyzstan, is a vibrant metropolis nestled amidst the breathtaking backdrop of the Tien Shan mountains, blending its rich cultural heritage with modern influences.