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Specific features of the culture during the colonial period. A case of Samarkand city

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This paper investigates Samarkand city with the comparisons of the past and current times. Paper makes deep analyses of the lifestyle and cultural values with the connection to the tourism sector as the whole. Analyses of the author made possibilities of the development of further deployment.
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  • History Faculty of Samarkand State University, Samarkand city, Uzbekistan
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