Uzbekistan 

Uzbekistan has borders with Afghanistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan. It is doubly landlocked, but includes the southern shoreline of the Aral Sea.
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Tashkent is the capital city of Uzbekistan. It is an ancient city on the Great Silk Road from China to Europe.

Khiva is a town in the western province of Khorezm in the Republic of Uzbekistan.

Bukhara in Uzbekistan was historically one of the great trading cities along the Silk Road.

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Northern Uzbekistan comprises nearly one half of Uzbekistan, dominated by the barren Kyzylkum Desert and the enormous semi-autonomous Republic of Qaraqalaqstan.

The Tashkent Region is the central portion of Uzbekistan, centered on the capital, Tashkent.

Samarkand through Bukhara is the most visited and most famous region of the historic Silk Road through Central Asia.

Samarkand, also Samarqand, is perhaps the most famous city of modern Uzbekistan. The city center is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Southern Uzbekistan is the southern, Tajik-dominated, mountainous portion of Uzbekistan to the south of Samarkand.

The Uzbek part of the Ferghana Valley is in the center of the valley, and in the extreme southeast of Uzbekistan.

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