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Capturing the light, Uzbekistan Wall I love the colours in this photograph: how the blue contrasts boldly with the orange. The way the dying light has different tones over the textures of the wall is really special.

Uzbekistan, Samarkand, Registan, Minaret of Tilla-Kari Madressa The social network for travellers: www.timeblend.com

Uzbekistan, Samarkand, Registan, Minaret of Tilla-Kari Madressa by MY2200, via Flickr

Samarkand is truly a jewel of the ancient and modern Silk Road. There is the exquisite jade mausoleum of Gur-i-Emir, the resting place of Tamerlane. Perhaps the greatest treasure is Registan Square, Tamerlane's outstanding creation, a vast complex of domes and minarets, mosques and medrassas. There is the equally beautiful necropolis of Shah-i-Zinda and the old observatory of Uleg Beg, the greatest Muslim astronomer.

Glory Tour Plus agency welcomes you to ask any questions of how to travel to Uzbekistan => mailto:glorytourp... Uzbekistan, Khiva, Juma Mosque

The Registan- Samarkand, Uzbekistan. By Herwig Photo

Tashkent, Uzbekistan: Folk dancers in national costume perform during the festivities Photograph: Anvar Ilyasov/AP

The splendid Mir-i-arab Madrassah viewed at sunset from Kalon Minaret - Bukhara - Uzbekistan. by Michele Falzone

Samarkand... Shah-i-Zinda... Tomb of the living dead.. Uzbekistan.

Colours of the silk road, S hah-i-Zinda Necropolis , Samarkand, Uzbekistan

Gur Emir Mausoleum, Samarkand, Uzbekistan

Salad Bags, Farghona, Uzbekistan. Photo: liamroberts7, via Flickr

Uzbek girl in traditional Uzbek clothing. Uzbekistan is the only doubly landlocked country in Central Asia, and one of only two worldwide. Afghanistan borders it on the south. Before 1991 it was part of the Soviet Union.

Kalyan minaret, Po-i-Kalan complex, Bukhara, Uzbekistan. It was also known as "Tower of Death", as for centuries criminals were executed by being tossed off the top.

Sher-dor Madrasah in the Registan - Samarkand, Uzbekistan (1619–1636)

Kalta Minor Minaret - Khiva, Uzbekistan. Astrogeographical position: in the defensive water sign Scorpio the sign of towers together with the air sign Gemini for morphogentic field level 3. The green colour is a main indicator for Gemini and the massive form of the minaret for Scorpio.

Uzbekistan by Marco Di Leo, via Flickr

dried fruit at Chorsu market, Tashkent, Uzbekistan. Photo: soyignatius, via Flickr