State Museum of History of Temurids opened in Tashkent on 18 October, 1996. The museum was placed in the centre of Tashkent for the 660-year anniversary of Amir Temur, and has an unusual shape, in the shape of a dome, in accordance with the style of famous local landmarks. From the early days of its existence, the museum has become a centre of scientific thought and education; its exhibits are of great historical value. These include jewellery, weaponry, military attire and regalia, musical instruments, manuscripts, personal effects of Amir Temur, Babur, astronomical instruments of Ulugbek and many other cultural treasures dating back to the Temurids era.
Mosque of Xast-Imam is situated in old city; it is the religious center of Tashkent. On the area of Xast-Imam are located mosque of Barrack-khan, constructed in XVI century, a mosque the Tilla-sheikh, the mausoleum of sacred Abu-Bakra Kaffali Shashi, and the Islamic institute by the name of Imam al-Buhari.
The Alisher Navoi Opera and Ballet Theatre is the largest, and most unique theatre on the territory of Central and Southeast Asia. Its achievements are of great value to the Uzbek people, the pride of the nation. Fr om the date of the opening of the theatre in November, 1947, it has been not only a building wh ere remarkable performances are given, but also a location for solemn events in the life of the Republic. This tradition continues today. Many foreign representatives also consider it an honor to carry out their activities on the stage of the Theater.
Tashkent Amir Temur Square - is located in the Heart of the Tashkent city. In the Centre of the Square is the majestic Statute of Amir Temur on the Horse, Square is covered with Green Trees, Pavements are decortaed with Flowers, The Statute faces the Independence Square and between the two squares is Located Broadway.
Shahidlar Xotirasi Memorial (in the memory of the victims of repressions) was opened on May 12, 2000. The Memorial occupies 17 hectares and is located in the part of the city where during the 1930s the wrongfully convicted were executed. The complex consists of the park, museum and rotunda with the symbolic nephrite tomb. The tombstone bears the inscriptions in three languages Arabic, English and Uzbek: “The memory of those who died for their country will live forever.”
“The Courage” is the monument dedicated to the cure of effects of Tashkent earthquake which took place on April 26, 1966. The monument was created in 1976 and was confined to 10-th anniversary of the earthquake. The monument is situated in the district named C-5 which was built after the earthquake. The pivot of the composition is a labradorite cube disrupted on 2 parts. There is a clock-face which shows the time of the earthquake (5:23 a.m.) on the one side of the cube, and the date (April 26, 1966) on the other. A zigzag split of the cube shear leads to the pedestal of the statuary. A bronze sculpture pictures a woman lapping a child. She backs out the hand as she’s trying to protect the child from the trouble. The figure of the man protects both of them from the imminent danger.