Kitab State Geological Reserve
oday, southeastern Uzbekistan is marked by dry, mountainous terrain, but hundreds of millions of years ago, this patch of the Earth was the bottom of a shallow sea where bizarre creatures crept across the soft sediment. It was around this time that vertebrate animals—more specifically, the sharp-toothed Ichthyostega—first shuffled out of the water and adopted a land-based lifestyle.
Oriental melodies fill ancient city in Uzbekistan
In the ancient Registan Square in Uzbekistan's Samarkand where students from Islamic seminaries used to pray centuries ago, oriental music performed by musicians from all over the world echoed under the dome of magnificent mosques.
Xi asks China, Uzbekistan to promote quality Belt and Road construction
Chinese President Xi Jinping met with visiting Uzbek Prime Minister Abdulla Aripov here on Wednesday, calling on the two countries to jointly push forward the high-quality construction of the Belt and Road.
Uzbekistan to introduce visa-free travel for tourists of 20 more countries
Starting from Jan. 1, 2020, Uzbekistan will introduce 30-day visa-free travel for tourists of another 20 countries, mostly Central American ones, in a bid to boost tourism, according to a presidential decree issued on Tuesday.
Uzbekistan join ranks with India to make SCO economically vibrant
zbekistan joined ranks with India at SCO and suggested economic vibrancy for the grouping, effective connectivity corridors and roadmap for Afghan peace.
Uzbekistan simplifies tourist visa regime, expands electronic visa validity
Uzbekistan has increased the number of countries whose citizens can obtain tourist visas in a simplified procedure and expanded the e-visa validity period in a bid to boost tourism, the Uzbek Foreign Ministry said over the weekend.