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Ataturk Str. 28, Tashkent 100029, Uzbekistan
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Not too far from the Amir Timur Monument, you will find the Navoi Opera Theater which is a beautiful building worth a quick visit even if you don't go to see a show inside.
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Nowhere else in the world will you see such great quality opera and ballet for such a reasonable admission price. I paid about $2 for a balcony seat to a two-act ballet, with full orchestra. It was wonderfully produced and undertaken. Give yourself a bit of extra time to stroll
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Commonly known as the "Opera", the Alisher Navoiy Theater is a beautiful building in the city center, just opposite to Lotte City Palace hotel, where I stayed and the view from the hotel was awesome especially in the night when it is lighted. Worth going for a few pictures and
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At the beautiful Navoi Opera in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, we were taken on a journey by the the awe inspiring dancers of the Bayadere ballet. Bayadere tells the story of an Indian warrior who falls romantically in love, depicted with glorious costumes and exotic music. If you are
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The theater was interesting architecture when seen early in the morning. Later in the evening it is covered in colorful lights.The theater was built between 1943 and 1947 using Japanese prisoners of war as labor.The theater recognizes Alisher Navoi, who lived 600 years earlier
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