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Tashkent was the fourth largest city in the former Soviet Union, and still bears the trademarks of being in the USSR. Rebuilt after a major earthquake in 1966, Tashkent looks and feels like a communist-era Russian town. Today, Tashkent is the capital of Uzbekistan and is one of Central Asia's major hubs.

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  • Travel in Uzbekistan
    I was there in December of 1997 and loved it! Didn't like Tashkent (too modern and Soviet), but Samarakand, Khiva, and Bukhara were very exotic and interesting. Bukhara was my favorite! The people, the architecture, everything was very memorable there. The US State Dept. just issued a warning yesterday warning ...

  • Central Asia
    I really liked Uzbekistan, especially Bukhara (it's an amazingly exotic old city). Samarakand had some Amazing structures, also pretty exotic, especially when you consider the 2500 year old history. Khiva was pretty cool (real Central Asian look). Didn't really like Tashkent (too modern with boring ...

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