Feeling the context of Uzbekistan's civil environment left behind by the former Soviet Union, the square is clean and bright, with layers not messy, profound cultural connotations, and the combination of national elements and modern architectural techniques is a masterpiece.
The square itself is nothing. It's just a square. It's a Iron Wood sculpture. But the square is the only way to go to museums and so on. There are famous Uzbek Hotel beside it, and there are many banks. And schools.
Clean and tidy, in the brilliant sunshine, Timur's cool and graceful posture still exists
Amitamur Square is the largest and most meaningful square in Tashkent, the capital of Uzbekistan. There are statues of Amitamur. It is surrounded by many state organs and the most beautiful hotels in Uzbekistan.
There is a barbecue square nearby. The owner of the barbecue is very interesting, hospitable, and the barbecue and beer are delicious. Don't miss it if you live near Amitamuel Square.
Amitamur Square is an important square in Tashkent. It is surrounded by many Uzbek government organs, parliaments and state guesthouses. It is a very beautiful square.
This place is built with some momentum, after all, to commemorate the greatest person in the history of his country.