We visited Amir Temur Square in Tashkent on 16 October 2013. Bang on the exit of Amir Temur Metro Station, a tall and prominent building of Uzbekistan Hotel couldn't be missed. Next to it was white textured 'Exhibition Hall' and directly in-front of these two buildings was a public park, famous for graceful Monument of Amir Temur with a motto "Strength in Justice". in one corner of the park was 'Clock Tower' and walking-out to the north was Amir Temur Museum Building, replicating his crown. Fabulous fountains and the landscape of this Square attracts hundred and thousands of tourists arriving in Tashkent. Walking to the west through a continuous green-belt, we reached "Broadway" known for the Branded-Shops, Cinemas and Splurge Dinning Restaurants. In the open spaces on the roads, we could see the girls making facial portraits and many others had displayed their hand-paintings or Uzbek souvenirs for sale. The prices of products in Broadway shops or those at the display on ground were nevertheless high due to a strong influx of tourists here. Amir Temur Square was one attraction from where we could hardly step-out unless it was dusk, necessitating our fall back to the hotel.
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