The ethnographic town in Tashkent is located on an area of two and a half hectares in a park with the symbolic name "Navruz". Navruz is a spring equinox holiday, the holiday of renewal of nature, the holiday of New Year, revered and celebrated in the East since ancient time - today is a holiday of culture, traditions and customs of the people.
This park is dedicated to the cultural heritage of the Uzbek land and its history, this small island in the center of Tashkent, which contains all the regions of the country on one territory, telling about the traditions and customs of each region of Uzbekistan and the Republic of Karakalpakstan.
Each area in the park is located on a separate street of the ethnographic town. Mud, stone and brick walls, carved terraces and hearths of courtyards, workshops of ceramists, artists, teahouses with fragrant pilaf plunge into the world of this Eastern country, its past, its history. Painted ceramics, brightly colored embroidered suzans, unusual ornaments of wooden products, colorful national costumes meet guests in every house on every street.
This park presents the most famous sights of Uzbekistan in miniature: Samarkand - Registan, Bukhara - Ark fortress, Shakhrisabz – Aksaray Palace, Kokand – Khudayarkhan’s Palace ... which are located around the amphitheater for celebrations.
And two banks of the river Ankhor, which flows through the Park, are connected by the infinity sign, a sign of continuous connection of the past, present and future – the original multi-level bridge of Happiness.