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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 37. Chapters: Tashkent, Samarkand, Bukhara, Qarshi, Fergana, Navoiy, Andijan, Kosonsoy, Gijduvan, Nukus, Khiva, Termez, Kokand, To'rtko'l, Bogustan, Shahrisabz, Namangan, Chust, Uzbekistan, Margilan, Nurata, Mo'ynoq, Jizzakh, Katta-Kurgan, Urgench, Chirchiq, Olmaliq, Urgut, Yangiyer, Bekabad, Zarafshan, List of cities in Uzbekistan, Angren, Uzbekistan, Guliston, Poykent, Rishton, Uzbekistan, Asaka, Uzbekistan, Shohimardon, Uchkuduk, Toytepa, Khurramobod, Qo'ng'irot, Khazratsho, Vabkent, Xazorasp, Alat, Uzbekistan, Xo'jayli, Chimboy, Beruniy, Qizilcha, Samarkand, Shurbazar, Taxtako'pir, Bo'ston, Qo'shko'pir, Mang'it, Qorao'zak, Shovot, Keles, Uzbekistan, Oqmang'it, Yangibozor, Kegeyli, Qanliko'l, Yarmacha, Abablar, Shumanay, Gurlan, Xonqa, Bog'ot, Karaulbazar, G'uzor, Kagan, Uzbekistan, Krasnogorsk, Uzbekistan, Shafirkan, Galaasiya, Yangiariq, Romitan, Kyzyltepa, Yangiqo'rg'on, Yangirabad, Beshrabot, Kanimekh, Jondor, Qorovul, Yangibazar, Bukhara, Tamdibulok, Brichmulla, Qorasuv, Yangiyo'l, Nazar-Makhram, Sariosiyo District, Shirin, Uzbekistan, List of renamed cities in Uzbekistan, Qorako'l, Hazorasp, Yangiabad, Kogon, Uzbekistan, Juma, Amandara, Labirut, Sirdaryo, Tokmak, Uzbekistan, Bino, Uzbekistan, Farish, Uzbekistan, Razmas. Excerpt: Tashkent (Uzbek: ; Russian: , literally "Stone City"; English pronunciation: , Russian pronunciation: ) is the capital of Uzbekistan and of the Tashkent Province. The officially registered population of the city in 2008 was more than 2.2 million. Unofficial sources estimate the actual population may be as much as 4.45 million. In pre-Islamic and early Islamic times the town and the province were known as "Chach". The Shahnameh of Ferdowsi also refers to the city as Chach. Later the town came to be known as Chachkand/Chashkand, meaning "Chach City". (Tash in Turkic languages means stone. Kand, qan...
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