Tashkent Amir Temur Square - is located in the Heart of the Tashkent city.
The square was laid in front of the headquarters of the Turkestan military district on the initiative of Mikhail Chernyaev and according to the project of architect Nikolai Ulyanov in 1882 at the intersection of two central streets of the new city - Moskovsky and Kaufmanovsky Avenue. The square received the name of Konstantinovsky.
Over its short history, the square changed six names, twice became either pedestrian or traffic, and in its center ten different monuments and monuments replaced each other.
On August 31, 1994, on the eve of the third anniversary of the Independence of Uzbekistan, the square was renamed the square of Amir Timur. And a new monument was opened in its center - a bronze equestrian monument to Tamerlan, the great statesman and commander of the Middle Ages, one of the founders of Uzbek statehood.
Amir Temur square in Tashkent - the main square of Tashkent is covered with green trees, pavements are decortaed with flowers. The Statute faces the Independence Square and between the two squares is located Broadway.
1882 - Konstantinovsky Square
1913 - Kaufman Square
1918 - Square named after Maria Spiridonova
1918 - Square of the Revolution
1991 - Central Square
1994 - Amir Temur Square
1889 - Kaufman's grave
1913 - a monument to the troops who conquered Central Asia
1918 - a monument to the fighters of the revolution, a banner and guns
1918 - monument “Emancipated labor”, sickle and hammer
1927 - a column with a dome “October is the lighthouse of the world revolution. 1917 - 1927 "
1930 - a bust of Lenin and “Five-year plan at 4 years old!”
1930 - granite pedestal of a former monument surrounded by serfs
1935 - roadway
1948 - monument to Stalin
1961 - obelisk in honor of the Communism Program, "Russian-Uzbek Dictionary"
1968 - monument to Karl Marx
1994 - statue of Amir Temur
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