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JIZZAKH

 

Jizzakh was an important Silk Road junction on the road connecting Samarkand with Fergana Valley. It grew up as a trading post at the crossroads between Samarkand and the Fergana Valley, a gateway to Western riches.

The province has reserves of gold, copper, tungsten, wollastonite, lead, zinc, limestone, marble, silicate and other building materials.

There are 40 mines rich in natural resources in the region. In particular, there are 1 gold, 2 silver, and 3 non-ferrous metal mines. Currently, materials useful for the economy of the republic and region are extracted from these mines. The main reserve of mineral raw material resources corresponds to the territory of Bakhmal, Gallaorol, Sh.Rashidov, Forish, Zafarabad districts.

In Bakhmal district, there are facing stone, marble, limestone, in Gallaorol district there are cement raw materials, wollastonite, marble, in Sh.Rashidov district there are marble, silicate products raw materials, abrasives, corundum, in Forish district there are reserves of cement raw materials, sand and gravel.

Due to the richness and uniqueness of the history of Jizzakh region, at the same time, it attracts international organizations and foreign tourists.

There are a total of 366 shrines and temples, cultural-historical and heritage monuments in the region. For example, Sa'd ibn Abu Waqqas shrine in Gallaorol district, "Muhammad Sharif Grekushokh" cultural monument in Farish district, "Novka ota" in Bakhmal district, "Khoja Mushkent ota" in Yangiabad district, "Parpi ota" shrine in Sh.Rashidov district were rebuilt due to independence.

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