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Cities of the Uzbekistan

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Andijan, Uzbekistan



Andijan is industrial center of Uzbekistan. Largest car plant General Motors UZBEKISTAN located in Andijan (Asaka)







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more of uzbekistan please. i saw reasonable flights to tashkent and was thinking of going. the silk road is very intriguing. as expected, the newer urban development is not very interesting, but what about the historic areas? did you enjoy your time there? how did it go with the people and the language? it seems like the best 'stan, is it?? thx
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more of uzbekistan please. i saw reasonable flights to tashkent and was thinking of going. the silk road is very intriguing. as expected, the newer urban development is not very interesting, but what about the historic areas? did you enjoy your time there? how did it go with the people and the language? it seems like the best 'stan, is it?? thx
Sight of Samarkand and Bukhara you can find on the web. I publish only new cities and urban photos.
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Nice tour, I have never seen photos of Uzbekistan. One thing though, what's with the fences in the middle of the roads in every city? It ruins the look, very hideous.
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Kokand, Uzbekistan














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Kokand, Uzbekistan









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Looks like a very modern, clean, and beautiful country.
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Navoi, Uzbekistan



Navoi located logistic center "Navoi", Free Industrial Zone, Navoi Mining and Metallurgical Combinat



Navoi Airport is the brand new logistics hub in heart of Central Asia. It is located in the center of Uzbekistan and Central Asia and is less than six flying hours from
world’s largest aviation hubs of Frankfurt, Milan, Dubai, India, Shanghai and Incheon









Construction of the largest air cargo terminal in Central Asia that can handle 100,000 tons of cargo annually using latest equipment has been recently completed and inaugurated on August 12, 2010



























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Very interesting. Thanks for offering us a glimpse of this country.
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Interesting photo tour of a seldom profiled country.

why the security camera shots?
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