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Uzbekistan's best kept secret

Posted on Tuesday, 20 April, 2004 | Comment icon 0 comments


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"Kampyr-Tepe, in southern Uzbekistan, was built at the time of Alexander the Great's empire and occupied for about 500 years until it fell into decline."

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