Inside Uzbekistan

Field Trip

Andijan Dekhkon Bazaar
This picture was taken at Andijan Dehqon Bazaar where locals sell their home-made products such as bread. Classic Uzbek bread (Non) is baked in a tandir oven and is formed in circular flat loaves with a thin decorated crispy centre and puffy edges. Bread is highly esteemed in Uzbekistan and there are a lot of rites and rituals connected with it.
Street shoe repairman
In Andijan there are many street shoe repairmen who can be found around the Dehqon Bazaar.
Chorsu Bazaar
Chorsu Bazaar in Tashkent is one of the oldest market places in Central Asia. Inside and around the turquoise domed building you will find vegetables, fruits, clothes, shoes, carpets, wood carved products, handmade aluminum products…
Chorsu Bazaar Tashkent
… and many other products like handmade brooms.
Chorsu Bazaar Tashkent
Vegetable retailer at Chorsu Bazaar in Tashkent.
Registan/ Samarkand
In ancient times the Registan in the city of Samarkand was a public square for royal proclamations and public executions. Its three madrasahs (Islamic schools) are (from left to right): the Ulugh Beg Madrasah (1417–1420), the Tilya-Kori Madrasah (1646–1660) and the Sher-Dor Madrasah.
Samsa/ Traditional tandir oven
In this traditional tandir oven Uzbek Samsa are baked. You can get Samsa all over in Uzbekistan like Döner Kebap in Germany or Hot Dogs in the USA.
Buddhist Temple Complex of Fayaz Tepe
Fayaz Tepe was a Buddhist monastery and a part of ancient Termiz. There are more Buddhist monasteries in this area, like Kara Tepe which can be seen from Fayaz Tepe.