Tashkent City: Is ‘Progress’ Worth the Price Being Paid in Uzbekistan?

Residents of Tashkent’s Old Town, near other ancient mahallas which are earmarked for demolition. Many local people are resistant to moving out of the city centre and being cooped up in a flat. (Photo: Joanna Lillis)

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The silver skyscrapers of Tashkent City are intended to declare Uzbekistan’s capital ‘open for business’. But for the residents of the historic mahalla districts, the cost is extreme.
 

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Tashkent City: Is ‘Progress’ Worth the Price Being Paid in Uzbekistan?

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