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Sacred places

Petroglyphs of Hodjikent

The attention of tourists and residents Khodjikent attracted a group of rock carvings, petroglyphs, knocked on the vertical cliff, 30 meters from the road. Currently, there is a tea-house "Chinar" and built the bus station. Almost all the pictures depict the mountain goats

Zarkent ota

Zarkent village located in the foothills of the 5 km east of Parkent. The height above sea level of 800 meters and above

Shodmalik ota

The monument is located at 38 km. the left of the highway Tashkent -Olmaliq. Recorded in 1934, consists of 4 underground rooms with 6 burialvaults in wooden coffins.

Lake Urungach

These are two lakes in the Urungach Valley (. Translated as "light or white jade" Kas - jade, Urung - in modern Uygur language means light): Underwear - quite small, but very beautiful with the unreal color of the water, and top - a large lake.


Grotto Obirahmat - rock grotto parking ancient man, one of the oldest man in the parking Uzbekistan. Located in the valley of the creek Paltau at the spring. The approximate age of the parking - 70 thousand years.


It is located nearby Kaynar village on the right bank of the river Akhangaran, 10 km to the North from the settlement Akhangaran. Sardoba was described in 1934 by the academician M. E. Masson. 

Zangi ata

Progressed 5 kilometers south of the border of modern Tashkent, you get into one of the oldest preserved memorial complex of the capital. It was founded in the XIV-XIX centuries as a result of gradual additions around the main building - the mausoleum Zangi-Ata, an important role in the construction of which he played Amir Temur .


The monument is located on Gulistan - Almalik highway near the village of Kultepa. Archaeological monument is not dated because no studies have been conducted as yet.


The sight is located in a flood zone of Tuyabuguz water reservoir (at Tashkent Sea) as a piece of an island. It dates back to the II millennium BC up to 12 century AD. 

Kizilolma (Kulbulok)

The Paleolithic site is located in the lower reaches of Qyzylalmasay, on its left coast, in 8 km to the South from the ancient workshops. It has been investigated since 1963 (M.R. Kasymov). 

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