Explore station to station on Khamid Alimdjan, one of most ornate underground transit systems in the world. Built in 1977 in the former Soviet Union, the metro contains three lines--Chilonzor, O'zbekiston, and Yunusobod--divided into 29 architecturally themed stations, and carries a daily average of 162,000 passengers. Examine the artistic decorations and interior designs of each station, usually made of marble, granite, metal engraving, and carved alabaster. Security officials legally prohibit taking pictures, since the metro system installations belong to the military. Arrange to visit Khamid Alimdjan and other attractions in Tashkent using our Tashkent road trip app.
Khamid Alimdjan reviews
Amazing Architecture. Good service very good to travel around with very low cost. Clear map but none of the employees speak English but they are always trying there best to help more »
Majority of the metro stations have big story to them, and most importantly the unique designs and architecture. Relatively cheap, and since a lot of tourists get scammed by local taxi, metro COULD... more »
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