Uzbekistan Bukhara Region


A historic city in Uzbekistan, renowned for its well-preserved medieval architecture and role as a prominent Silk Road hub.

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Bukhara is a historic city located in the Bukhara Region of Uzbekistan and is famous for its significant role in the ancient Silk Road trade route. As a World Heritage Site in Asia, Bukhara showcases a wealth of cultural and architectural treasures, including the Kalon Minaret, Ark Citadel, and Poi Kalon Mosque. Visitors to Bukhara can immerse themselves in the rich history and ambiance of this ancient city, while also enjoying the vibrant bazaars and welcoming hospitality of its modern-day residents.

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Bukhara Guides

  • The Stans to Azerbaijan: A Silk Road Less Traveled

    ryan (Ryan Haq)
    [Kazakhstan --> Kyrgyzstan --> Uzbekistan --> Turkmenistan --> Azerbajian. Tajikistan is not on this list because of geographical and safety constraints] I haven't done this trip yet, but it's on my bucket list. First of all, let's talk realistically about this region: you will need to adapt to fewer English speakers, infrastructural gaps, and cultural considerations. From what folks say, Central Asia is jam packed with the most authentic & kindest people, freshest fruits, and breathtaking history. Once you get to Turkmenbashi, cross the Caspian Sea by ferry and arrive in Baku. Anyone wanna join me? Let's roam the cities and countrysides of the ancient Silk Road.
  • World Heritage Sites in Asia

    seeker (Seeker Editors)
    Across the vast, diverse continent of Asia, there are seemingly endless World Heritage Sites to explore. Visit the sparse atomic bomb dome in Hiroshima, or walk for hours along the towering Great Wall of China. From sprawling rustic temple grounds to ancient statues of civilizations past- here is a collection of some of the prominent World Heritage Sites in Asia.