View over the winding roads and mountains between Tashkent and Fergana Valley in Uzbekistan.

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Fergana Valley

On arrival in the Fergana Valley many visitors wonder where the valley is. From this broad (22,000 sq km), flat bowl, the surrounding mountain ranges (Tian Shan to the north and the Pamir Alay to the south) seem to stand back at enormous distances – when you can see them, that is.


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