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Metro Taschkent, Tashkent

Categories: Architectural Buildings, Tourist Spots
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4/5 based on 550+ reviews on the web
Explore station to station on Metro Taschkent, one of most ornate underground transit systems in the world. Built in 1977 in the former Soviet Union, the metro contains three lines--Chilonzor, O'zbekiston, and Yunusobod--divided into 29 architecturally themed stations, and carries a daily average of 162,000 passengers. Examine the artistic decorations and interior designs of each station, usually made of marble, granite, metal engraving, and carved alabaster. Security officials legally prohibit taking pictures, since the metro system installations belong to the military. Put Metro Taschkent at the forefront of your travel plans using our Tashkent trip itinerary builder.
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  • We visited 4 stations during a guided tour. Security is mandatory at all entrances Ffares are very cheap, each station is decorated differently, but like most places in Tashkent the language barrier m...  read more »
  • Metropolitan Museum of art. Beautiful station in national style, pure, people not much everywhere people in uniform, who may be contacted for any questions-answer, very convenient. Double security checks at the entrance-propikivaût device first, then inspect bags. It's tiring just first time, then you get used to. But you feel protected.
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  • a few stations but fast and punctual clean and also written in English features and low prices ...
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