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State Museum "In Memory of the Victims of Repression"

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this is a certainly evocative and beautiful memorial complex. Must visit. Its in the centre of town... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Titles of exhibits in English, BUT no subsequent text.

Interesting place and well decorated. The 'Headings' of the exhibits are in dual language (Uzbek... read more

Reviewed 22 September 2017
Who M
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Amir Temur Street | Memorial Complex "Shakhidlar Khotirasi”, Tashkent 100184, Uzbekistan
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

this is a certainly evocative and beautiful memorial complex. Must visit. Its in the centre of town and easily accessible.

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Reviewed 19 October 2017

We are interested in the history of the countries that we visit and especially the often "hidden" history of repression or state misuse of power. Therefore we had high hopes of this museum especially after some of the TA reviews. Therefore it is a shame...More

2  Thank BangkokLoft
Reviewed 22 September 2017

Interesting place and well decorated. The 'Headings' of the exhibits are in dual language (Uzbek & English) but that's it the descriptive text is in Uzbek, sadly no English. If you want to use your camera, then you also have to buy a permit.

Thank Who M
Reviewed 25 August 2017

It is located in the heart of Tashkent next to TV tower. The landscape with canal and surrounding is so beautiful and eye pleasing that one can spend almost an entire day here. It is very important to visit this magnificent memorial with a guide...More

2  Thank BalkrishnaShroff
Reviewed 31 May 2017

All foreign visitors should visit this museum in order to learn of the Russian 19th century conquest of present day Uzbekistan, Bolshevik treatment of both academics and peasants after the Revolution and forced deportations and gulags ordered by Stalin right up to his death in...More

2  Thank dennis472016
Reviewed 6 April 2017

beautiful, scenic location. Awesome architecture, lovely lake & nice TV tower. Good for 45 minutes of rambling

Thank luverboy
Reviewed 22 May 2016 via mobile

This was one of the beautiful places we visited in Tashkent. They have gorgeous parks and this was no different. Very peaceful.

1  Thank Bekpeeps
Reviewed 7 March 2016

Located just across the Tashkent TV Tower, this memorial serves a reminder of the excesses of the Stalinist and later Soviet rulers in what was then the Uzbek Soviet Socialist Republic. Not many are aware of this due to the vastness of the USSR "empire"...More

2  Thank Carlo A
Reviewed 15 December 2015

This is a very scenic memorial and monument. It has lots of grate steps and clean walkways. Lots of grass and trees line the walkways. There is also winding canal do green-blue flowing water. Great place of remembrance.

Thank Gary C
Reviewed 15 September 2015

This place is an important reminder of how rulers shouldn't treat their people. Good message to modern generations. The museum offers interesting collection of the freedom fighters from approximately 18th century till Soviet era. For example, you will find the Black Voronok by KGB, which...More

5  Thank Mamed A
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Pip A
23 February 2018|
Response from BalkrishnaShroff | Reviewed this property |
What I heard that all intellectuals of the state were caught and murdered here.