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Definition funny of Uzbekistan:
Country people have to look up when they here the name... ...independant since 1991 when the USSR broke up. Key towns include Tashkent (the capital), the fabled Samarkand (Samarqand) and Bukhara (Buxoro). Genghis Khan invaded the area and later it gave rise to it's own bloody thirsty conquerer and national hero Tarmerlane (Timur Lange). Some tourists do go there, normally heading for Samarkand (Registan Square or 'Reggies Place', Bib Qanum Mosque, Ulug Beg's observatory), Bukhara (the 'Ark' fortress) and Khiva (or Xiva - one of the most complete medieval moslem towns in the world). Mainly Sunni Moslem since the Arabs invaded before Genghis Khan and kicked out the Buddhists, Zoroastrians and Nestorian Christians. Some Russian Orthodox Christians still around. Generally peaceful these days apart from a few hardliner Commies and Islamists committing the odd misdeed. Maily Uzbeks, with a few Tajiks, Russians and a tiny number of Koreans (don't ask how they got there - last local reminant of Buddhism). By the way, 'X' in Uzbek is 'Kh' and 'K' keeps getting replaced by 'Q' in their alphabet.
Uzbekistan - Uzbeki-where???
A central-Asian country hated by Kazakhstan. Uzbeks has bones in their brain (according to Borat). It also has inferior pottasium. But in real it's just another alright country.
Wowawiwa, Uzbekistan, fuck a you, motherfuckers!
Self proclaimed asians and in fact the country is not THAT poor. Even though they call themselves a republic, its actually still very communist under the current president, Islam Karimov. 90% of uzbeks also claim to be muslim but don't know the fuck it means. To them they say it because of the culture. The economy is slowly getting back on its feet after being shat on by the USSR and its actually not that bad. They have a pretty good metro system and cute boys(; OH! AND ITS MORTAL ENEMY ARE THE KAZAKHS, so if anything bad is written on here, its probably from them.
Person 1: Hey where did you say you were from? Pakistan? Me: UZBEKISTAN. get it right.
A combination of the words, us, becky and tristan. Other than being a place, it is a word to describe a relationship that will last for an infinity.
Songs about Uzbekistan:
Moy Uzbekistan by Yalla from the Album Boroda verblyuda
Uzbekistan by The Sound Of Animals Fighting from the Album The Ocean and The Sun
Boards of Uzbekistan by Sabiani from the Album Mosaic
Boards of Uzbekistan by Sabiani from the Album Just Married - Maldives Lounge, Vol. 1
In Uzbekistan by Anabel's Poppy Day from the Album Far From Home
Instrumental Uzbekistan by Grubstake from the Album Anyhow [Explicit]
Lekha Dodi - Uzbekistan by Willy Schwarz from the Album Jewish Music around the world
Books about Uzbekistan:
Uzbekistan (Cultures of the World) by Marylee Knowlton (Sep 30, 2005)
Uzbekistan: Heir to the Silk Road by Johannes Kalter and Margareta Pavaloi (Sep 1997)
Uzbekistan: Human Rights by U.S. Department of State (Oct 19, 2014)
Seeking Food Rights: Nation, Inequality and Repression in Uzbekistan (Case Studies on Contemporary Social Issues... by Nancy R. Rosenberger (Feb 2, 2011)
Uzbekistan: The Golden Road To Samarkand (Eighth Edition) (Odyssey Illustrated Guides) by Calum MacLeod and Bradley Mayhew (May 5, 2014)
Inside Central Asia: A Political and Cultural History of Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan... by Dilip Hiro (Nov 1, 2011)
Uzbekistan (Bradt Travel Guide) by Max Lovell-Hoare and Sophie Lovell-Hoare (Sep 17, 2013)
Movies about Uzbekistan:
Naxos Scenic Musical Journeys Russia, Ukraine, Uzbekistan 2012 NR CC - Runtime: 59 mins Directed by: Adriano
Naxos Scenic Musical Journeys Uzbekistan A Musical Tour of the Country's Past and Present 2012 NR CC - Runtime: 58 mins Directed by: Adriano
A Musical Journey - Uzbekistan: A Musical Tour of the Country's Past and Present 2010 NR - Runtime: 58 mins Starring: Robert Hollingworth and I Fagiolini Directed by: Naxos of America
World Music From Uzbekistan With Monâjât Yultchieva (Non-Profit) 2010 NR - Runtime: 2 hrs Starring: Sorab Fakir, Mirasi Ghulam Abbas, et al. Directed by: Marc Bissot, Didier Maertens, et al.
World Music From Uzbekistan With Monâjât Yultchieva (Institutions) 2010 NR - Runtime: 2 hrs Starring: Sorab Fakir, Mirasi Ghulam Abbas, et al. Directed by: Marc Bissot, Didier Maertens, et al.
World Music From Uzbekistan With Monâjât Yultchieva (Home Use) 2010 NR - Runtime: 2 hrs Starring: Sorab Fakir, Mirasi Ghulam Abbas, et al. Directed by: Marc Bissot, Didier Maertens, et al.
A Musical Journey: Russia, Ukraine, Uzbekistan 2014 Unrated - Runtime: 59 mins Directed by: Naxos
Wiki information Uzbekistan:
Uzbekistan, officially the Republic of Uzbekistan, is a doubly landlocked country in Central Asia. It is a unitary, constitutional, presidential republic, comprising 12 provinces, 1 autonomous republic, and 1 independent city. Uzbekistan is bordered...
The Uzbekistan national football team represents Uzbekistan in association football and is controlled by the Uzbekistan Football Federation, the governing body for football in Uzbekistan. Uzbekistan's home ground is Pakhtakor Markaziy Stadium in...