Central Asia.: Kasachstan, Usbekistan, Turkmenien, Kirgisien, Tadschikistan.

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Lonely Planet Publications, 1996 - Travel - 539 pages
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This guide reveals Central Asia as a vast region of both cultural and physical extremes, from Islamic mosques and minarets to the surreal landscape of steppes, deserts and mountains. Discover the ancient towns of Samarkand, Bukhara and Khiva, shop for rugs and embroidered robes in the many bazars and experience the local culture in traditional tea houses.

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User Review  - tsryan - LibraryThing

This is a pretty good reference for travel in the region, and certainly the best that I've found. One important note, though: the travel segments were entirely or almost entirely written by men who ... Read full review

Contents

FACTS ABOUT THE REGION
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Government
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Flora Fauna 41 Population People
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Copyright

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Noble grew up in the cool, green valley of the River Ribble, England.

Humphreys is a journalist.

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