In Postcards from Uzbekistan this week we visit the State Museum of Arts in the capital Tashkent.
This week in Postcards we’re in the east of Uzbekistan in the city of Kokand.
Our Postcard this week comes to you from just outside the ancient Uzbek city of Bukhara and a palace that has been turned into a museum.
In this episode of Postcards we go shopping in the ancient city of Bukhara in Uzbekistan.
The Chashma Ayub mausoleum was built over a famous, ancient spring in Bukhara
The Lyabi-Hauz complex and its large artificial pond is a popular spot in the heart of Bukhara
The Poi-Kalyan complex has become the iconic image of Bukhara
A ride on a camel and a night in a yurt camp is a popular Uzbek travel experience
Paintings banned by authorities in Soviet times were saved in a secret collection in Karakalpakstan
Uzbekistan is holding its first presidential election since the death of Islam Karimov, the man who ruled the Central Asian country with an iron fist for 27…
As well as having stunning monuments, Khiva is rich in culture and traditions, including puppetry
At the World Travel Market 2016 in London, the leading event for the global travel industry, euronews spoke to Farrukh M. Rizaev, Chairman at
The Bibi-Khanym mosque was designed to be the largest of its type in the Muslim world
This is one of numerous places claimed as the final resting place of the biblical prophet Daniel
The Siab Bazaar in Samarkand is one of the largest and oldest markets in Uzbekistan
The home contingent took their fine performance into the third and final day of the Tashkent Grand Prix in Uzbekistan.
The home Judokas enjoyed yet another impressive day at the Tashkent Grand Prix adding six medals to the seven their won on the opening day.
The IJF World Judo Tour touched down in Asia this week for the Tashkent Grand Prix.
Samarkand's Shakhi Zinda memorial complex is a stunning collection of ancient tombs
The paper made here was considered to be among the finest in the world