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Day 1: You will arrive at the airport and will transfer to Tashkent Tashkent city. Following agreement at the hotel you will have an amplifying breakfast and rest. Dinner and night at hotel.
Day 2: After our breakfast you will have an excursion Tashkent. Center visited Tashkent, Amir Temur Square, Independence Square part, Old City of Tashkent-Imom Khas complex and Chor-Su market, Museum of Applied Arts. Leave the engine to Samarkand in the afternoon. Arrival in Samarkand, registered to the hotel. Dinner and night at hotel.
Day 3: At 7:00 in the morning. Survey operated sights in Samarkand, the survey of sights will include a visit to the famous Registan square, Shakhi-Zinda Complex, remains of Bibi-Khanum mosque, cemetery Shakhi-Zinda, the Gur-Emir mausoleum, Ulugbek observatory. Free time in the afternoon. Dinner and night at hotel.
Day 4: At 7:00 in the morning. Leave to go to Samarkand and Bukhara. Arrival in Bukhara, registered to the hotel. In Bukhara afternoon excursion. By visiting, whole Passes, Miri Arab Madrassah, Mosque Magoki-Attori, Ulugbek madrasah and Abdulazizkhan, pro trade, Lyabi Hauz complex, Madrassah Chor-small. Dinner and night at hotel.
Day 5: After breakfast you continue Bukhara our excursion. Visit the mausoleum of Samani dynasty, Castle Arch, Chashma-Ayub. A one-day trip to a summer palace of Bukhara Emirs Sitorai-Mokhikhosa. Free time during the day. Suddenly the hotel.
Day 6: At 7:00 one morning. Spend in Khiva. During the engine stopped to see Amudarya river. Arrival in Khiva, registered to the hotel. A free time.
Day 7: After breakfast you will carry out our study of images of Khiva, spend the day in a World Heritage site by UNESCO-Qala fortress of iChat. In iChat-Qala fortress visit Mukhammad medresah Amina Khan, Mukhammad Rahimkhan Medresah, young Kalt. Free time in the afternoon. In the evening transfer to Urgench airport, flight to Tashkent. Arrival in Tashkent, go to the hotel. Dinner and night at hotel.
Day 8: We will meet at the chosen hotel and airport.


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The most developed examples ashula are essentially a genre of professional music of oral tradition. A special place in the Uzbek musical heritage occupy epics - epic legends with lyric-heroic content. Maqoms - are the basic classical fund of professional music of oral tradition.
Dancing in the different regions of Uzbekistan differ from each other. Dances of the Fergana distinguish softness, smoothness and expressiveness of movements, easy sliding step, original movements on the ground and in a circle. In Khorezm and Bukhara Kairak dance with (castanets).
The development of national painting began many centuries ago. In the 16-17 centuries in Bukhara and some other urban centers has achieved significant success of the manuscript and art of bookbinding. The decorating of manuscript included refined calligraphy, performance by water paints and thin ornaments on fields. In Samarkand, Bukhara, and especially the rise of the Central Asian school of miniatures.
It has developed several styles. One of them is connected with the traditions of Behzod (a great artist of the Middle Ages, the founder of one of the areas of eastern miniatures).

      During the reporting period of history have lived and worked productively writers, linguists. Among them are the Mahmud of Kashgar, who wrote a major work, "Diwani lugat at Turk" - "Assembly of Turkic dialects". There are over 7500 Turk interpretation of words and expressions. The book shows a deep znaniiavtorom history, ethnography, geography, literature and languages of many nations of the East.
      Another well-known philosopher of that time was Yusuf Hos-stroke zhib. Its main product of the "Knowledge-based happiness", written in poetic form in the old Uzbek language, consists of nearly six and a half thousand bayts (couplets). The work is didactic in nature, experts estimate it as a philosophical, social, and moral Encyclopedia of Islamic spirituality.
      During this period a number of scientists constitute the history of Central Asia. Among them are well-known chroniclers Zharir Muhammad ibn al-Tabari (839-923 n), Abubakr ibn al-Zhafar Narshahi (899-959 gg.) Hails from the village Narsh - now Vabkent district of Bukhara region. The most famous book is Narshahi "History of Bukhara", written in 943-944 years in the Arabic language.



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