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Old Posted Jul 24, 2014, 6:00 PM
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Hi speed railways of Uzbekistan. Tashkent - Samarkand

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Old Posted Jul 25, 2014, 12:51 AM
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keep it up asiaboy you have a fanclub here - i am fascinated by tashkent & uzbekistan.
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Old Posted Jul 25, 2014, 10:49 AM
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Thank you for posting. No disrespect to Uzbekistan but it is getting pretty pathetic when Uzbekistan has better passenger rail than the United States.
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keep it up asiaboy you have a fanclub here - i am fascinated by tashkent & uzbekistan.
Thanks for your attention on new modern Uzbekistan
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Thank you for posting. No disrespect to Uzbekistan but it is getting pretty pathetic when Uzbekistan has better passenger rail than the United States.
Im not sure. USA is a very big and very developed country. Uzbekistan has a 30 millions people only. Maybe, it is more easy to build hi-speed railways in middle country than big country as a U.S
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^ yes and also lets not forget history. the usa had plenty of passenger rail and then got rid of most of it in favor of automobiles. its asking a lot to rebuild a national rail service in the usa given our extensive highway/road system when the demand is so minimal, thus amtrak remains an inconvenient, skeletal service for much of the country. but lets get back to urban tashkent and hopefully more of uzbekistan...!
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^ yes and also lets not forget history. the usa had plenty of passenger rail and then got rid of most of it in favor of automobiles. its asking a lot to rebuild a national rail service in the usa given our extensive highway/road system when the demand is so minimal, thus amtrak remains an inconvenient, skeletal service for much of the country. but lets get back to urban tashkent and hopefully more of uzbekistan...!
Thank you for your answer. I will continue my thread
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Tashkent Plaza

Art Trade Tashkent Plaza
Commercial Complex "Tashkent-Plaza" is located near the International Trade Fair Complex, which includes International Business Centre, the hotel "International Hotel Tashkent", Trade and Information Center. Commercial Complex "Tashkent-Plaza" - is a modern three-storey complex offers comfortable office space with a total area of about 1600 m2, small hall for banquets, celebrations and other various events.









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Hi speed railways of Uzbekistan

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Aquaparks of Tashkent. Aqualand





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WTA Tashkent Open 2014





















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