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Day 1: You will be flying to Tashkent and hotel deals, and then you'll have dinner.
Day 2: We begin the journey to study the images in Tashkent, one of the largest cities of ancient Central Asia, Uzbekistan capitals. In Tashkent Uzbekistan language means "stone city", and is also known as a city of contrasts withdrawal stroke. You will also see an old and modern city. A dinner. Motor to Samarkand (330 km). Arrive in Samarkand and hotel deals. At a dinner in the evening he will be sent. Night you will spend in Samarkand
Day 3: In the morning full study of images of the day in Samarkand "a pro dark blue city": the history of Samarkand 2500 time concerns, and more from now on such a reference time of time of Timur dynasty and the same value as architectural masterpieces of ancient Egypt, China, India, Greece and Rome. Also you visit a handicraft workshop. At a dinner in the evening he will be sent to the Uzbek national house with delightful food intakes Uzbek. (PROBE), Night you will spend in Samarkand.
Day 4: We begin with the study trip of the sights in Samarkand. . Visit the Bibi Khanum mosque (XV c), Middle Market "Siyab market," Imam is scarlet - Bukhariy mausoleum. A dinner. Theatrical demonstration of national costumes - Fashion show free time. Night you will spend in Samarkand.
Day 5: We begin with motor travel Bukhara (280 km, 3-4 in a way). In a way to make a stop to visit Malik rebates and a potter's workshop in Gijduvan known. A dinner in the ceramic studio. Arrival in Bukhara and hotel deals. Night you will spend in Bukhara.
Day 6: We begin with the study trip full of images of the day in Bukhara: As mentioned in the holy book Àâåñòû Bukhara - one of the most ancient Uzbek cities was based on a sacred hill offers Zoroastrians spring time set. This city was once the biggest commercial center in Big Silk road. A dinner at the lowest point Devan begi Madrassah folk screen. (PROBE), Night you will spend in Bukhara.
Day 7: In the morning visit from Khodjaev Faizulla House Museum, Tea Houses, Sitorai Mokhi Hosa Palace (XIX ÎÁÌÀÍ), once the country residence of the Emir's last. Here you can see one of the best examples of wonderful architecture. So-called "White Hall" with its Guncha figures carved mirror has a layer of special beauty. A dinner. A free time in leisure. Night you will spend in Bukhara.
Day 8: Breakfast in the engine to Khiva (480 km). Through the Kizil-Kum desert. In that way you will be familiar with a landscape area, to arrive in Khiva and hotel deals. A free time for leisure. At a dinner in the evening he will be sent. Night you will spend in Khiva.
Day 9: On the morning of the survey looks at Khiva: an iChat-Kala architectural ensemble - "Open Museum". History of Khorezm dates so long back from ancient times, that only a few civilizations can be equal to its age. You'll see mansions of the rich mosaic, unique and beautiful minarets, madrasahs and mosques. At a dinner in the evening he will be sent. Pass at the airport in Urgench. Flight to Tashkent. Arrival in Tashkent. Spend the hotel, and deals. Night you will spend in Tashkent.
Day 10: Pass the airport for your initial flight.
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Manufacture of pottery - one of the most developed and respected the industries in Uzbekistan. Most of the products created by primitive methods, observing the old technology and the use of vegetable dyes.
The art of engraving has its roots in ancient times. Outstanding masters of etchings and engravings were always considered Bukhara craftsmen - the subtlety and richness of images to create has always been their hallmark. It is also famous for its remarkable work of the masters of Kokand and Fergana, traditionally decorating the handles engraved swords and knives, as well as creating the incredible beauty of everyday objects - pots, vases and lagans. Central Asian art of engraving distinguishes the extraordinary subtlety of the work, the fine detail, background rendering. Materials and tools for most old masters bequeathed to shop principle.
The traditional gold embroidery art facility located in Bukhara. In the world known and famous gold-embroidered robes and skullcaps, Bukhara made embroiderers. In the mausoleum of St. Daniel's tomb in Samarkand covers a huge velvet bedspread with suras from the Koran embroidered by masters from Bukhara. Luxury and wealth pattern on the gold embroidery is amazing.
The main objects of everyday life, traditionally embroider craftswomen are Suzanne - special blankets or towels, embroidered by hand or by machine on natural tissues, usually in cotton. Suzane are also on ancient designs - thus preserves ancient traditions. Recently, embroidery has become immensely popular around the world. Are craftswomen objects of practical importance - from bags to covers for mobile phones that are happy to buy up and the guests are not only our country but also the Uzbeks. Traditional embroidery centers are located in Bukhara, Fergana, Khiva, Tashkent and Shakhrisabz.
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Farmer, in fact, the land was not received. The state prompted him to transfer their land to collective farms. Already during the land and water reform was organized 522 farm. In the mid-20s were launched industrialization in order to raise the economic, technological and military potential of the regime, approaching the level of the advanced industrialized countries. The implementation of this course require considerable expenses. Means, it was decided, basically, to get from the peasantry. Terms of NEP, giving some freedom to the manufacturer, prevented this. Grain procurement crisis of 1927-1928, became the impetus for a fundamental shift in policy, and forced curtailment of the NEP. NEP with its installation to cost accounting, financial incentives, designed to lift the initiative and entrepreneurial producers, replaced by the administrative-command system of governance with extreme centralization of planning and strict regulation of all management functions.
The public sector became a monopoly of industry and commerce. In modern industry the primary method of socializing was the creation of state-owned enterprises on the basis of the nationalized means of production. In small-scale industry, represented mainly by artisanal enterprises with little use of hired labor, the process of socialization was a co-operation and involvement of small-scale producer in the state industry. As a result of the industrialization policy and co-craftsmen in the industry, the private sector was almost completely eliminated.
The profound damage to the spiritual culture of the people caused the persecution of religion, the clergy and the faithful. In the 30 years, much of the clergy in Uzbekistan has been sent to concentration camps. Mosques and madrasas were closed, although in the past they were not only centers of worship, but also centers of culture, science, education, the arts, preserve and enrich the great heritage of the people. Time has shown that repression of religion did not lead to death of it, but rather increased its influence on the population. Moreover, the decline in religious knowledge has led to the spread of perverse ideas and religious trends in the population. These effects we are experiencing, and to this day.
During its existence, humanity has survived many wars. The most destructive of them were the two world wars. In World War I (1914-1918gg.) Took part in 38 States (62% of the world's population). It killed more than 10 million wounded more than 20 million people.
World War II (1939-1945 gg.), Which was the greatest tragedy of the XX century, began September 1, 1939 German attack on Poland. It drew into its orbit by 72 States (80% of the world's population), lasted 6 years and claimed more than 50 million lives. The war has created a deadly threat to humanity, from which escape could only joint efforts, together with all the anti-fascist forces in the world.
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