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Khorog city park occupies several leafy blocks south of Lenin Street and west of Tash Muhammed Street. The park was renovated by the Aga Khan Trust for Culture in 2009. Planted poplar trees provide a canopy for a promenade along the Gunt River. A side...More
The Khorog City Park is an amazing park near the edge of the city but really attracts a lot of people and seems to be pretty well taken care of too. Many people there who can show you around or point things out on the...More
This beautiful park offers a sort of wide-lens view of Khorog - go with a local who can point out the new University, new water system, etc! It's combined with some botanical gardens and beautiful hand-carved wooden pavilions. Not a destination on its own, but...More
This is a lovely large park where all the locals go after work to relax and meet their friends and families
It is towards the edge of town and was hosting an international music festival while I was there
Many dignitaries were in town including...More
The tall poplars are typical of the region. The park is clean and, being only a few years old, free of the trashy Soviet leftovers found in many other small town Central Asian parks. A nice place to sit on a bench by the roaring...More
Quite nice place, right along the river and very green. Quite relaxing, except when loud music with booming bass is playing nearby. The restaurant that I rated is also in the park. PECTA, the tourist association is also in the park.