Journey through time along the legendary Great Silk Road
Connecting people by a journey through time on the Silk Road
With its advantageous location in the heart of Asia, Uzbekistan once formed the backbone of the Great Silk Road between the East and West. As the history-spanning Uzbekistan Pavilion shows, the nation continues to connect hearts and minds between those cultures today. The pavilion’s cylinder-shaped structures symbolise the ancient Uzbek cities of Samarkand, Bukhara and Khiva, each one a vital stop along the Silk Road. As you travel the path between them, you’ll journey through Uzbekistan’s history and culture, as well as its future – complete with demonstrations of Uzbek innovation, such as a customisable cartoon film.
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The Uzbekistan Pavilion is a trio of smooth, white, flat-topped towers decorated with wide strips of blue mosaic-style patterns set into an oval building. The centre of the structure is dominated by a modern arch printed with a photograph of Uzbek city Samarkand’s ornate Registan town square — glowing with shades of azure, lapis lazuli, and gold.