90% of Tajikistan is mountainous. Half of the territory is located more than 3,000 meters high. To the west, the lowlands are located, divided in two by the Fan chains. Multiple mountain streams feed the two main rivers of Tajikistan, Sir Daria, which runs to the northeast of the country and the Amou Daria, on the southern border. Despite its mountainous geography, Tajikistan contains many cities. Dushanbe, the capital, has many religious buildings. Khogang, in the north of the country, preserves the vestiges of past civilizations. As for the fauna, Tajikistan has all the great mountain mammals!
The verdict is that this one of the most important historical and cultural centers of Tajikistan. In these complex combined monuments of different eras featured on the site of 90 hectares. Surprisingly and place Adzhina Tepe, which in the VII-VIII century, was a Buddhist monastery. Archaeologists are fortunate to find more than five hundred works of art, some of which have been preserved by a single set of religious and residential buildings.
It is the most noteworthy mountain in Tajikistan and in the previous Russian Empire and later in the Soviet Union, named after Ismail Samani, the precursor of the Samanid tradition. At the point when the presence of a crest in the Soviet Pamir Mountains higher than Lenin Peak was first settled in 1928, the mountain was likely related to Garmo Peak; yet as the consequence of crafted by the Soviet endeavors, it turned out to be clear by 1932 that they were not the same, and in 1933 the new crest, in the Akademiya Nauk Range, was named Stalin Peak), after Joseph Stalin. Its name was changed to Communism Peak in 1962.
If there is anything that represents Tajikistan, it is the towering mountains. The Pamir Route, which for a long stretch crosses the border with Afghanistan, is one of the highest in the world. While we did not travel on this trip, it has mountains in heaps. Around Iskander kul is a Well covered up in a buckle over the town of Mahshevad is a heavenly sanctuary containing an old mummy, perhaps the protected stays of the Sogdian general Spitamenes. As this is a heavenly site, guests are relied upon to wash before going inside and must be dressed consciously. Ladies ought to ask before entering.
In the cities there are supermarkets, but the favorite place to do shopping is still the frenzied markets. Before leaving, we take a tour of the Istaravshan market, where the idea of going for a quick tour ended in a full day plan … The whites on the map are painted with stories, the tongue twisters are unlocked, and the anonymity disappears. Today Tajikistan is part of our known world, there are no dragons or two-headed monsters, and there is no darkness. We still know very little, but the class did not finish, the book is open and the teachers are waiting.
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