Travel Trade Journal: Tashkent is a modern metropolis of the East
Tashkent, Uzbekistan (UzDaily.com) -- Travel Trade Journal, a popular Indian travel magazine, published an article entitled “Tashkent: Beloved Capital and a Large Metropolis”.
The author notes that Tashkent is becoming more beautiful and modern with each passing year. Walking through the wide streets of Tashkent, you can see a lot of green squares and parks with fountains.
Tashkent is a modern and prosperous metropolis with a population of more than 3 million people. The capital of Uzbekistan is a unique city where you can see the merging of the ancient traditions of the East and modern architectural achievements, the newspaper notes. The material highlights the sights of the capital, one of which is the Tashkent TV Tower, with a height of 375 meters. Tashkent TV tower is one of the largest TV towers in the world. “Being on its observation platform, you will be amazed by the spectacular view of the city,” the author observes.
Other attractions in Tashkent include Amir Timur Square, with the statue of Tamerlane, Amir Timur Museum, Independence Square, the Senate building, the Weeping Mother Monument, the earthquake monument, the Bobur Park and the Navoi Park, and others.
The author also recommends tourists to visit the Museum of Fine Arts of Uzbekistan, the Art Gallery of Fine Arts, the House of Photography, the Kamollidin Behzod Museum, and numerous exhibition halls that are always open to art lovers.
Another author’s insistent advice is acquaintance with the Tashkent metro, in which each station is a “unique work of art” created by prominent architects and designers.
TTJ is considered one of the largest travel publications in India. The magazine is distributed among major travel companies and operators, airlines, business communities, cultural, academic and public circles of India.