First information about Tashkent as city settling is in the ancient east sources of the second century before A.D. In China sources it was called Yuni; in the inscription of the year 262 before A.D. the name Tashkent was appeared from the Turkic sources of 9-12 centuries. In Russia in 15th century it was famous as Tashkura.
1 September. Soviet Union
Mostly located in Uzbekistan and Tajikistan.
0.30% The larger of only two doubly landlocked countries in the world.
2,620 km. Uzbekistan / Turkmenistan / Tajikistan / Afghanistan
3,078 km. Kazakhstan / Kyrgyzstan / Uzbekistan / Tajikistan
Translates "the living king" connected with Kusam ibn Abbas, cousin of the prophet Muhammad buried there
Cousin of the prophet Muhammad
Moved to Tashkent, 1925 - 1930
Afghanistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan