Navoi city is situated in the southwestern piece of Uzbekistan, in the Zaravshan valley. Navoi city is the focal point of Navoi locale. The city was named to pay tribute to the colossal Uzbek writer Alisher Navoi.
In Uzbekistan, Navoi is the most youthful territorial focus. This present day modern city has the advantageous land area: 347 m. above ocean level, on the left bank of the Zaravshan River. Among the steppes, along unending cotton fields, Navoi shows up as a desert spring, a delusion of oriental tall tales - white-stone city with a huge design of private and open structures, the great outlines of vast modern offices. This is a creating city, with awesome prospects and plans, with an enormous potential.
There are fascinating structures of present time in the city. Stadium, swimming pool and silver screens are situated here. The nature is awesome. Antiquated landmarks, for example, Kasim Sheik tomb (X—XI hundreds of years) and baffling Sarmish crevasse are situated close to the city. Various antiquated rock artworks of individuals in interesting garments, some of which can be translated as pictures of "old space travelers", were found in the canyon. The crevasse is perceived as the biggest gulch rock craftsmanship display on the planet. Around four thousand of petroglyphs, which are engraved on the dark shale are on the domain of two kilometers length.
Mausoleum of Mir said Bahrom
Sepulcher of Mir-Said Bahrom in Karmana is one of the soonest surviving internment structures in Maverannahr. Authorities point to its nearest anologues: Samanid tomb in Bukhara (end of ninth – tenth hundreds of years) and the Arab-Ata sepulcher (the last quarter of the X penny.). Mir Said Bahrom has a place with the alleged driven tomb and dates on the analogs of the arranging choice, and on the elaborate components of the style, the late 10 – ahead of schedule of eleventh century. As of now Kufic engraving on the entrance is totally lost.
Toward the north of the featureless Samarkand–Bukhara 'Imperial Road', the Pamir-Alay Mountains produce one last blip on the guide before blurring unceremoniously into desertified irrelevance. The Nuratau Mountains, which beat out at 2169m, have lately turned into the focal point of Uzbekistan's developing ecotourism development. Unobtrusive Nurata town makes a sensible base for bouncing off to the mountains or to one of a few close-by yurt camps. Nurata itself is most popular for its old, circle-designed suzani, which can offer for a large number of dollars at global barters, yet it additionally has a couple of peculiar vacation spots, most quite an old stronghold of Alexander the Great. Behind the post, a way drives 4km to the Zukarnay Petroglyphs, which date to the Bronze Age. Ask the keeper at the exhibition hall how to discover the trail. On the off chance that it's excessively hot, making it impossible to stroll, there are in some cases folks with bikes hanging out close to the historical center who will whisk you out there for a few thousand som. Underneath Alexander's stronghold you'll experience the peculiarity of a few hundred trout possessing a pool and well by a sixteenth century mosque and a ninth century sepulcher. This is the Chashma Spring, framed, it is said, where the Prophet Mohammed's child in-law Hazrat Ali drove his staff into the ground. The "heavenly" fish live off the mineral-loaded waters of the spring and trenches that bolster it.
Rabat I Malik
On the old procession course amongst Samarkand and Bukhara there is the gateway of once-excellent building –caravansaray (station for trains), referred to by the medieval sources as Rabat-i Malik. Nearby individuals call it "The Gates of Bukhara". Previous appearance of caravansaray was reestablished from thepictures of explorers, and by the consequences of archeological unearthings in 1970 and 1990. The entrance of caravansaray is bricked, framing an example from the octahedrons and the shamrocks. The border of the entry curves is improved with the epigraphy zone.