Amir Timur, also known as Tamerlane was a great military leader and statesman, who freed Maveraunnahr from the Mongol yoke and created a powerful state.
In Uzbekistan, the year 1996 was declared as the Year of Amir Temur. In Tashkent, Samarkand, Shakhrisabz monuments were erected in honour of Sakhibkiran. The Square, Capital Avenue, Subway station, as well as institutions of culture and enlightenment in different regions of the country were named after Amir Temur.
In early March the TV channel "Russia 1" showed the documentary "Tamerlane. The architect of the steppes." The authors describe the film's hero of his story as a military genius, who conquered the area three times greater than the empire of Alexander the Great.
- Residents of Tashkent felt a small earthquake
- The infant mortality rate halved in Uzbekistan
- The Senate elected judges of the Supreme Economic Court of Uzbekistan
- Uzbekistan joined the top ten attractive low-cost countries for tourists
- Dmitry Shokin became the first world champion in taekwondo from Uzbekistan
Samsung to launch flexible display, cut smartphone models in 2015
Guetst: VERY MUCH
A new official edition of the Constitution of the Republic of Uzbekistan was published
Abdujavlon: can I download a new edition
Turin University in Tashkent to Accept 175 Students
Guetst: Xurshidjon Abduxalilov
Dzhavohir Sindarov became world chess champion
Guetst: MY CONGRODULATION