Site of an ancient town Kanka
Site of an ancient town Kanka is the remains of the largest and most ancient city of the Tashkent oasis, which has been existed since the end of the 4 century BC till the 12 century AD. The city with the area of 150 hectares consists of a square citadel and three shahrestans. From three sides (except the northern one), the city is surrounded by a suburb (“rabad”) with an area of 60 hectares. A branch of the Silk Road has been passed through that suburb.

Location

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Category

Archaeological monuments

Region

Tashkent region, Akkurgan district

Address

70 km south-west of Tashkent

Landmark

Akkurgan

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