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If you go during the day at the weekend, you might see families with their sons in military uniform taking photographs here. Amir Temur was/is Uzbekistan's hero from history, and they clearly still honour him.
Travelled through the square during October and it was wonderful. The vibrancy of the place, it felt good to be here. Behind the statue lays the hotel Uzbekistan, the same one I watched on television when watching Race Across The World. Later on the place...More
It was a nice square, with an imposing statue of Tamerlane or Amir Temur as he is known locally, on horseback, apparently one of 3 of him throughout the city. It was a pleasant stroll through the gardens surrounding it and the city of Tashkent...More
The Amir Timur Square is a must visit in Tashkent. It is probably easiest reached by bus 33, 38, 51 and 67 which run to the Square. The subway is a popular option, as two lines intersect at the Amir Temur Hiyoboni (red line) and...More
The Amir Temur Square is in a large green park with some notable buildings surrounding it - Uzbekistan Hotel and Amir Timur Museum. Broadway Alley, a pedestrian street is also nearby.
There is a large statue of Amir Temur in the square. This place is...More
This area of Tashkent is a must-read for fans of Soviet-era architecture. The monumental modernist behemoth of the Hotel Uzbekistan was the highlight for us. This thing is a superb example of modernist architecture with a curving facade decorated with elaborate fretwork. The statue of...More