Uzbekistan – Culture Traditions
- published: 27 Feb 2014
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Uzbekistan is a nation in Central Asia, once a essential ‘hub’ on a Silk Road. This is a region’s cradle of enlightenment for some-more than dual millennia, where cities like Samarkand and Bukhara elicit images of once good empires. Rulers like Genghis Khan and Timur, however cruel their rule, seem to ring in many corners of Uzbekistan. Before apropos partial of a Russian sovereignty in a 19th century, Uzbekistan was cowed by nomads who spoke Eastern Turkic languages, that is a substructure of today’s Uzbek language.
In a 20th century, Uzbekistan became partial of a Soviet Union until it collapsed in a early 90s. Surprisingly, many people have managed to reason on to their normal culture, notwithstanding a prolonged Russian influence. Islam is still a categorical religion, and a immeasurable infancy of a race are Muslim.
In 2013, we trafficked opposite Uzbekistan, visiting places like Khiva, Bukhara, Samarkand, Tashkent, and a Fergana Valley. Despite a stream domestic and mercantile conditions in a country, a Uzbek people we met remained good spirited, and showed an implausible hospitality.
The people of Uzbekistan are a categorical thesis in this clip, during work, in restaurants, in bustling bazaars, and other places.
I used a normal strain to accompany a images.
Copyright of all footage: Hoffer Media…