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Tashkent is the capital of Uzbekistan and of the Tashkent Province. The officially registered population of the city in 2008 was about 2.2 million. Unofficial sources estimate the actual population may be as much as 4.45 million. Tashkent - largest city of the Central Asia














Tashkent - financial center of Uzbekistan





International Business center



In the International business center located the main offices of the World Bank, International Monetary Fund, Asian Development Bank, Tashkent Plaza
Investment Bank NBU (One of the largest in Central Asia), Intercontinental Tashkent














Tennis courts Yunus-Abad (Main tennis courts of the region)





Tashkent Open -Sony Ericksson WTA TOUR

























High speed trains Afrosiyab (route Tashkent - Samarkand) The first high-speed railway in Central Asia
















photos: flickr.com (Group Modern Tashkent)

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Tashkent Business District

Tashkent business district










Business district - a large number of office buildings for small, medium and large businesses

























In Business district located offices of foreign companies, local banks, oil and gas and telecommunications companies




Tashkent business district is located in the prestigious district of the capital at the metro station "Oybek". In the business district located world's leading companies as PriceWaterHouseCoopers, Deloitte, (Tashkent located BIG 4 Big Four auditors - PRICEWATERHOUSECCOPERS, KPMG, Deloitte, Ernst & Young and the global auditor of the second level - Grant thornton international) Maxam, ZTE, Huawei, KDB and local banks.


photos: flickr.com (Group Modern Tashkent)

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Tashkent. Transport & Infrastructure

In Tashkent city buses - Mercedes-Benz Connecto
In Tashkent, virtually all city public transport consists of buses Mercedes
German company EvoBus GmbH Mercedes-Benz Bus delivers its buses since 1994 in the Uzbek capital












City trams - Vario LF





 

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Sorry but those pictures looking like propaganda ones.

Uzbekistan is very poor country ruled by mercyless dictator.

I'm not saying those pictures are bad (but not taken by you), but please don't create artificial reality of nice and blissful city with smiled people over the street. Their life isn't nice and happy.
 

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Sorry but those pictures looking like propaganda ones.

Uzbekistan is very poor country ruled by mercyless dictator.

I'm not saying those pictures are bad (but not taken by you), but please don't create artificial reality of nice and blissful city with smiled people over the street. Their life isn't nice and happy.
Sorry I think this site is about construction. And I think it was your country is very poor in terms of resources (oil, gas, uranium) and it seems to me that you do not have your head in order.

I'm sorry but you grows in insolence!
 

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GM UZBEKISTAN

The first in Central Asia engine plant GM.





Hillary Clinton in the conference at the factory GM POWERTRAIN UZBEKISTAN





 

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Global network of hotels. Tashkent city. Uzbekistan



Intercontinental Tashkent
















Radisson Sas Tashkent





Le Grand Plaza







Dedeman Silk Road









 

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Sorry but those pictures looking like propaganda ones.

Uzbekistan is very poor country ruled by mercyless dictator.

I'm not saying those pictures are bad (but not taken by you), but please don't create artificial reality of nice and blissful city with smiled people over the street. Their life isn't nice and happy.
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And it's not just that, but already the title of this thread is wrong! As far as i know, Kabul is the largest city of Central Asia...by a long distance.
Sorry I think this site is about construction.
Yeah...that explains the pictures of famous women tennis players, and smiling people waiting for a bus in the bus station. :lol:
 

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And it's not just that, but already the title of this thread is wrong! As far as i know, Kabul is the largest city of Central Asia...by a long distance.

Yeah...that explains the pictures of famous women tennis players, and smiling people waiting for a bus in the bus station. :lol:

The first time I hear that Kabul is the largest city of Central Asia.
 

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Style.Uz - Tashkent Fashion Week

Style.Uz Art Week is the most high-profile fashion and art event in Central Asia, which has been recognized as one of the best events showcasing the entire diversity of traditional and contemporary Central Asian art, culture, music and fashion. Showcases of national clothes by local designers held as part of Style.Uz have become inspirations behind collections by fashion labels such as Gucci, Missoni, John Galliano, Oscar de la Renta, Christian Dior, Gianfranco Ferre, Ralph Lauren and Aldo among others




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