This is the third tallest tower on the territory of the former USSR. Its frame is supported by three supports. A high-speed elevator takes you to the observation deck at an altitude of 94 meters. You can make the best shots of Tashkent from a height only there!
And take a look at the Blue Hall — this is a rotating restaurant at a height of 104 meters, where national cuisine is prepared.
This building stands out among the numerous mosques. The temple resembles a Catholic church, and it is unusual to see it in Central Asia. The facade is decorated with spires and beautiful lancet windows in the Neo-Gothic style. Organ music concerts are held periodically in the cathedral.
This mosque is one of the most important religious buildings in the city. The building looks majestic: what are the pointed arches, which are a little reminiscent of the European Gothic style.
This building belonged to the grandson of Emperor Nicholas II — Nikolai Konstantinovich. The palace is made in the Art Nouveau style, and this distinguishes it from other buildings in Uzbekistan. This building has changed its purpose many times: it used to be a museum of art, a museum of jewelry and antiques. Now the House of Receptions of the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Uzbekistan is located here.