While Monday might seem to be an ordinary day during the week with stunning mountains, it is a perfect combination of glacial lakes can create an entire new atmosphere. Dushanbe is the capital and the largest city of Tajikistan and is a land of extraordinary natural beauty. Dushanbe’s name translates to “Monday” (Persian). The city was named after its historical Monday market. Actually, the zone is much more than just stories of its past as a provincial one. It is also among the most beautiful high-altitude areas on the planet and has more than a tenth of its landscape teetering on the cloud.
Dushanbe is considered to be the capital city of Tajikistan and is surrounded by breathtaking views and natural beauty. Those who wish to visit Dushanbe, the “roof in the sky” can take in the stunning mountains with some the highest peaks in the former USSR. Dushanbe is an area of great progress. It started out as an agricultural village within Central Asia, but it eventually became the capital city of the Tajik Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic.
Rapid growth of industrial activity in Dushane is a direct result of the Civil War in the Soviet Union as well as the conflict between civil and military forces in Tajikistan. The country began to rebuild and progress over the course of time. Rustami Emomali has guided Dushane to a steady revitalization in the past five years that put it at the top of visitors lists. Dushane is an excellent mix of modern vision as well as traditional architecture and design. Hyatt one of the world’s leading luxury hotel chains, has begun investing into the area. The future of the area is looking bright.
It is believed that the Hissar Citadel, km away from Dushanbe It is among the top sights in Tajikistan. The reconstructed corner of the citadel is available to visitors, who can look around the crumbling baked-earth walls as well as six kilometres of fortifications which were rebuilt in the second half of the 19th century. Many of the people who reside in Dushanbe residence are excited to share its transformation with people around the globe.
The Alexander the Great’s initial city, now sits the majestic Palace of Nations, next to the statue of Tajik State founder Ismoli Somoni. Its main draw is more impressive. As the city was preparing for the celebrations of Independence Day in the country in the Presidential Palace, President Emomali Rhamon unveiled the Maidoni Istiqlol (or Independence Square) an official monument. The area of the new square covers hectares and includes central, northern and south gates.
The S, as well as the decorative pools in its center, a 5-metre monument rises up majestically over the city below. The monument is proudly representing the sovereignity of Tajikistan as well as there is an abundance of historic artefacts. Museum of the Complex Museum of the Complex displays exhibits dating back as far as the stone age, which include an axe, depicting the Greek God Dionysus and a female earring shaped like an sphinx. As a symbol of the independent status of Tajikistan and its rebirth in the region, there’s a statue depicting the Tajik rulers. The statue was made from wood, and covered with gold.
The Maidoni Istiqlol, a magnificent public memorial that embodies the endurance and determination of the Tajik people is closing. The monument serves as an acknowledgement to the country’s founding fathers, as well as an ode to its rich and varied history. Its southern, central and northern gates The square also serves as an indication of Tajikistan’s total openness to the world , and its dedication to peace and stability.