Namangan is the second-largest city in Uzbekistan (2014 pop. 475,700) on the northern edge of the Ferghana Valley.
Mullo Kyrgyz MadrassehBuilt in 1910.
Mosque of Ota Valikhan TurBuilt in 1915, and one of the largest in Central Asia; now home to a local branch of the Wahabi sect.
Namangan Natural History MuseumHousing local archaeological discoveries.
Hadja Amin Kabri Architectural ComplexOrnate terra-cotta facade from the 18th to 19th century.
Akhsykent ruins1st century settlement 25 km west of Namangan, on the Syr-Darya River. Formerly capital of Fergana Valley, it was destroyed by the Mongols, rebuilt by the Timurids and abandoned in the 17th century for Namangan after an earthquake.
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