AKIPRESS.COM - Utah-based video production company Mystery Box is making a documentary about Uzbekistan, UzA reported.
The project aims to highlight tourism potential of Uzbekistan and promote it across the United States. The creative team consists of 6 experienced cameramen and directors of Mystery Box.
The filming began at Tashkent TV Tower, Jasorat Monument, Amir Temur Avenue and Hazrati Imam Complex in Tashkent and continued at Chorsu Bazaar.
The creative team also got familiar with Kashkadarya region’s tourism potential. Filming took place at various tourism sites in Kitab and Shakhrisabz districts, including Takhtikoracha Pass, one of the most important routes of the ancient Silk Road, and the historical center of Shakhrisabz.
The Mystery Box team also visited Amir Temur Mausoleum, Registan Square, Bibi Khanum Mosque and Ulugbek Observatory in Samarkand to make a video about the architectural, historical and cultural heritage of the region.
In Navoi region, the team visited Chashma complex, Nurata and an ancient archaeological monument – Nur Fortress.
The main attention will be paid to the cultural and gastronomic potential of the regions. It is planned to continue filming at the ancient monuments of Khiva and Bukhara regions.