20 Tea in Tashkent, Uzbekistan

A young boy watches an old Uzbek woman, probably his grandmother, put a steaming hot glass of tea to her lips; in Tashkent, Uzbekistan.

The youngster holds a pot aloft and offers the woman, with a red woollen scarf over her head, another refill. It is a sunny April day in Central Asia, but far from warm.

Open-air Uzbek tea houses can be found in many of Tashkent's parks. Although it isn't grown or produced in Uzbekistan, tea is considered the country's national drink.

Photo by Michel Guntern, TravelNotes.org - https://photos.travelnotes.org/

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You must have seen some fascinating things during your extensive travels. I am looking forward to seeing your photos.
posted October 31st, 2017  
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