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Take a journey through rich gems of the past to developments of a promising future. Discover an Uzbekistan that connects the world and shapes the future via mobility of ideas, people and culture.
Uzbekistan covers 448,978 km² of land and is the only double landlocked country in the world
Samarkand, one of the oldest cities in the world, was established in 7th century BC, just like Rome
Uzbekistan is known for growing one of the best melons in the world
Uzbekistan has the 4th biggest gold reserve in the world