History of Kazakhstan

The Republic of Kazakhstan is located in the heart of the Eurasian continent. By coincidence, this region was little available to the outside world, and as a result, the interest of travelers rose to it. In the age of bronze, people were engaged in mined ore smelting metal across the central part of the Republic


Turkestan was originally a political and spiritual center of the Turkic-speaking people and was considered the capital of the Kazakh Khanate. He has more than 1500 years. Pilgrims thought that a trip to the ancient city of Kazakhstan equated small hajj to Mecca. There is a massive mausoleum in Turkestan, which was built by Amir Temur

Taraz (former Dzhambul)

The history of this city counts more than two thousand years. It is one among the most ancient cities of Kazakhstan was well-known as the “City of Merchants” and enters into a historical tour of Kazakhstan. Historians have discovered that the first reference of it relates to approximately 6th century. In the year 568, Taraz


Next to the Caspian Sea is another town that is part of a historical tour of the Kazakhstan and it is Atyrau city. In the distant 1640 year, a merchant named Guri Nazariev from Yaroslav and his family built the strengthening made of wood. Around the fortifications grew up a small settlement, which was called

The Great Silk Road – Iran

The Great Silk Road unites such powerful empires, as Parthian, Roman, Chinese and Kushan Empire Route through Iran was formed in the 1st century AD and he began from Herat and Merv went through Samarkand. Of course, the most basic commodity among traders considered raw silk imported from ancient China. Also, a hot commodity is

Uzbekistan is one of the most popular tourist destinations in 2017

2016 is coming to an end, it is time to summarize and create plans for next year. Thus, the Financial Times, together with tourism industry leaders have prepared a top most popular destinations for 2017. In this list, Uzbekistan takes the second place as one of the frequently requested countries in the travel world. At

Tourism in Uzbekistan

Tourism in Uzbekistan is associated with ancient cities, which are included in UNESCO World Heritage List. The history of Khiva, Bukhara and Samarkand leaves in the days of Alexander the Great, Genghis Khan and Tamerlane. But, in addition to historical cities, attracting guests of the republic and other attractions, among which are the national cuisine,

Culture of Uzbekistan

The culture of Uzbekistan was formed over the centuries and included the rituals and traditions of all the peoples who have ever inhabited the territory of the state. A great contribution to the development of culture made such nationalities as Russian, Greeks, Iranians, Arabs, nomadic tribes, Chinese and many others. Different national traditions of the country affected


Sarakhs city is situated in the Republic of Turkmenistan, in Akhal province. This town is on the border with Iran. Someone calls the small town of Sarakhs, whereas others rural areas. This place is very popular among tourists, as there could remain a lot of archaeological, historical and natural monuments, that are more than a


The ancient city Dehistan located nearby the Caspian Sea. The city is still very popular among travelers due to extant many ancient historical and archaeological sites. If you walk through the streets of Dehistan, you are able to meet on the way the mosque early Islamic period and the tower, which dates back to the