In the heart of Tashkent Independence Square is a quiet area with surrounded lush greenry and fountains.
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trees and grass in the middle of town with a statue of temur and a varied style of buildings surrounding it. Sets the scene for modern tashkent
It's a huge park area with beautiful gardens monuments martyr flame pedestal with a golden globe and storks suggesting freedom The statue of a weeping mother overlooking the martyr flame speaks volumes.waiting for her warrior son to return home.
In the middle of the city, the entire place has so much to say about the country and its people. For foreigners like us,being there, the nationalism and love by its citizens can be felt and the hope and dream to be bigger, better and...More
Well, it's a very nice square and one can have a very nice time there but it's empty!!! It's quite typical for the old soviet mentality; massive parks, buildings but strangely no people. Go there to see for yourself!
This is a very beautiful square just inside the city. You can go there by using the subway. I recommend you to go there in summer because I've been told that the atmosphere is more beautiful when the weather is better and when there are...More
this is one of the best places to spend summer evenings, eco-friendly, beautiful square)) especially after 7 when the light on and fountains are playing... mmm... amazziiing)