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Dushanbe, the capital of Tajikistan, is the present political, cultural and economic centre of the country, buried in verdure and surrounded by newly erected buildings. Dushanbe (until 1961 called Stalinabad) is situated in the centre of the Gissar valley at the height of more than 800 m above sea level. From the north and east the capital is surrounded by foothills, crowned by snow-white caps of the Gissar ridge. Dushanbe has strong continental climate with dry and hot summer and humid cold winter.
30 km away from Dushanbe and only 4 km from Hissar village there is one of the main Tajikistan monuments - Hissar historical reserve. 
Nurek (also written as Nurak) is a city in the Khatlon province of Tajikistan. It is situated on the Vakhsh River, 885 m above sea level, and is 70 km southeast of Dushanbe, the capital. It has a population of 19,000.
A medium length interesting hike north of Dushanbe, with good views across the Varzob valley. From the valley floor, a steep ascent leads to a higher plateau, and continues to the village of Fanfarok.

Iskanderkul Lake is one of the signature sights of Tajikistan. It is impossible to imagine a trip to Tajikistan without paying a visit to Iskanderkul Lake. It is as if being in Paris but not seeing Eiffel Tower. After all, it is not difficult to get to this haunted point – it is located only 130 km away from Dushanbe.

The Pamir Mountains are a mountain range located in Central Asia which are formed by the junction or knot of the Tian Shan, Karakoram, Kunlun, and Hindu Kush ranges. They are among the world's highest mountains; in Victorian times they were known as the 'Roof of the World'. They are also known by the Chinese name of Congling or 'Onion Mountains.' 
Penjikent located in western Tajikistan on the left bank of Zeravshan river just 68 km south east of Samarqand. Once an important town on the Great Silk Road, Penjikent is reach with historical monuments and sights.
Safed Dara - is a ski resort located in the Region of Republican Subordination (a region in Tajikistan), on the Safedorak Plateau (part of the Pamir Mountains), at heights from 2,100 metres (6,890 feet) up to 3,000 metres (9,842 feet) above sea level, 50 km (31.07 mi) north of Dushanbe.
Khujand is one of the oldest cities of Central Asia, according to some sources it was founded in the VII-VI centuries BC. It was conquered by Alexander the Great, who rebuilt, fortified and re-named it to Alexandria Eskhata (Extreme).
Childukhtaron Adventure

Childukhtaron translated as fourty girls from Tajik. It is one of must see places in South Tajikistan. Come and visit this place and hear the story from the old man about 40 brave beauties, who saved the whole valley from invaders, when all men were wounded and died.