Our stay in Uzbekistan was very short – just 3-4 days. But it was a memorable experience mostly because of the amazing people of Uzbekistan. We visited just two places in Uzbekistan – Tashkent and Samarkand.
Uzbekistan Travel photos:
Khazrati Imam Architectural Complex, Tashkent
Chorsu Bazaar, Tashkent
Bird sellers at Chorsu Bazaar
The vegetables and fruits of Uzbekistan all came in double XXL sizes
A young girl grabbing a bite during busy hours
Naan section, Chorsu Bazaar
World War 2 Memorial, Tashkent
Hotel Uzbekistan, Tashkent
Russian Orthodox church, Tashkent
Beautiful people of Uzbekistan
Amir Timur’s Tomb, Samarkand
Registan Square, Samarkand
Registan Square at night, Samarkand
A heart-shaped rock on the way to Shahrisabz. Looking at the number of scribbled messages, must be a holy shrine for the lovers.
A young boy trying to sell tea packet, Shakhrisabz
Dry fruit market on the way to Shahrisabz. You cannot see any sellers because they are all standing with me talking about Bollywood. One of them even wanted to come to Mumbai with me.
On the way to Shakhrisabz
The road from Samarkhand to Shahrisabz passes through these beautiful mountains
Amir Temur Monument, Shahrisabz
Shahi Zinda, Samarkand
At the centre of Samarkand
Bibi Khanoum Mosque, Samarkand