Collector’s Edition “10 reasons to visit Uzbekistan” was presented in Tashkent on 17 June. Photobook in English and Russian languages, prepared by the publishing company Dinara & Co. with the support of the development company Murad Buildings, designed to attract the attention of an international audience to the tourism potential of the country.

In August 2016 the publishing and media company Dinara & Co presented VIP-version is the book in a special leather case handmade Her Majesty the Queen of Great Britain.

Elizabeth II read this book, as a result, it was an honor to receive the highest praise from Buckingham Palace and personally Elizabeth II.

The editors of the book publishing house received a letter from the representative of Her Majesty. It expresses gratitude for the gift and sent best wishes for the future development of the publishing and cultural interchanges between nations.

Collectible book in Russian and English presented at leading bookstores and art galleries in Tashkent and London. After the publication of the presentation in the UK capital and the participation of publishers at the World Book Fair in Frankfurt interest in the dissemination of the book and expressed a distributor of prestigious bookstores throughout Europe.

“We did not expect that in response to our gift to get such a warm response, delivered by Royal Mail. By submitting the book to Buckingham Palace, we wanted to take another step on the road to promote the image of Uzbekistan and its culture abroad. We are very pleased that Her Majesty Queen and thousands of British readers saw exactly a magnificent, mysterious and incredibly attractive Uzbekistan. We are ready to do our best and will continue to work in this direction in order to more people could rediscover Uzbekistan and see it from a totally different side. ” – The authors of the edition stated.

The book “10 Reasons to visit Uzbekistan” aimed at strengthening the cultural and tourist image of Uzbekistan abroad. The publication includes 250 artistic photos, collected over 15 years of well-known photographer Ernest Kurtveliev.