Grand Mir Hotel

2 Kunaeva St, Tashkent, 700031, Uzbekistan | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 2 Kunaeva St, Tashkent, is near Itchan Kala, Citadel Kunya-ark, Pakhlavan Makhmud Mausoleum, and Stone Palace (Tash Khauli).
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    Travel Blogs from Tashkent

    Come and party with my melons, please?

    A travel blog entry by yakking_mad on Aug 07, 2014

    ... trying to find a place where he might be able to find shock absorbers for a Mini. This really was quite a tall order seeing as there are virtually no German cars in Uzbekistan and certainly no Minis. Anyway, this local knew a garage and proceeded to lead us. We drove no more than 100 metres down the road and pulled off up to the front of a single garage. It looked like the type you would have next to a semi detached house in the suburbs of Bolton. We all laughed but in the course ...

    Marriage Uzbeki Style

    A travel blog entry by ldhensel on Aug 06, 2014

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... the doctor's mouth - to keep it closed.

    This is the season for marriages, and we have seen brides everywhere we have been. Ramadan ended a week ago, and fruits and vegetables are in season, so prices are somewhat cheaper for the celebrations. Two ceremonies occur on the wedding day. In the morning a religious ceremony with a mullah takes place, and the bride wears a traditional dress. Later that afternoon, the couple goes to the government office to sign the marriage ...

    Silk, spices and slaves

    A travel blog entry by louisekeen on Jun 21, 2014

    2 comments, 127 photos

    ... surprising Soviet policy of not interfering culturally) the cities have retained the very essence of the Silk route, with some amazing buildings, a flourishing market scene, deep seated traditions and a highly colourful visual identity. Of course the Soviet influence is not entirely inescapable, though mostly it seems softened by the Uzbek identity. In Tashkent and Urgench we saw the grand boulevards of planned towns, but with bold, modern buildings that used colour ...

    Day 03 old.tashkent and the wedding.

    A travel blog entry by baktan on Nov 24, 2013

    6 photos

    ... first part of this traditional wedding was to go to the bride s place to eat and then take her out. music around downstairs. we were feeded with amazing food. the most.interesting part was that the broom had to give each.of his friends some plov with hand. the next session was photo shooting in a beautiful club on the top of ...


    A travel blog entry by mek1 on Sep 30, 2013

    13 photos

    Tashkent, the capital of Uzbekistan is a very large city with a population of over 30 million people. The city, like the other cities in Uzbekistan is secular. There is an old city and a new city. There are many indications of the Russian influence in the architectural styles. However, the Independence Square is new, having been constructed in the 90's on the site of the ...