Boysun

Boysun is a town in Surxondaryo Region, Uzbekistan and capital of Boysun District. The population as of the 1989 census was 16,700; an estimate for 2012 puts the population at 26,309. Thousands of years in the narrow mountain gorge, the merchant caravans have passed through Iron Gates. This region has been passed by the Armies of Alexander the Great, Genghis Khan, and Tamerlane. It is known in the world the Teshik-Tash cave, which is home to remnants of the Neanderthal people. In the Kugitang Mountains nearby can still be seen the wall paintings of


Boysun is a town in Surxondaryo Region, Uzbekistan and capital of Boysun District. The population as of the 1989 census was 16,700; an estimate for 2012 puts the population at 26,309. Thousands of years in the narrow mountain gorge, the merchant caravans have passed through Iron Gates. This region has been passed by the Armies of Alexander the Great, Genghis Khan, and Tamerlane. It is known in the world the Teshik-Tash cave, which is home to remnants of the Neanderthal people. In the Kugitang Mountains nearby can still be seen the wall paintings of "magic bull hunting" in the Mesolite period. They're just BOYSUN.
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Boysun

Boysun is a city in Surxondaryo Region, Uzbekistan and capital of Boysun District. The population as of the 1989 census was 16,700; an estimate for 2012 puts the population at 26,309. Thousands of years in the narrow mountain gorge, the merchant caravans have passed through Iron Gates. This region has been passed by the Armies of Alexander the Great, Genghis Khan, and Tamerlane. The Teshik-Tash caves contain remnants of the Neanderthal people. The nearby Kugitang Mountains nearby still contain wall paintings known as


Boysun is a city in Surxondaryo Region, Uzbekistan and capital of Boysun District. The population as of the 1989 census was 16,700; an estimate for 2012 puts the population at 26,309. Thousands of years in the narrow mountain gorge, the merchant caravans have passed through Iron Gates. This region has been passed by the Armies of Alexander the Great, Genghis Khan, and Tamerlane. The Teshik-Tash caves contain remnants of the Neanderthal people. The nearby Kugitang Mountains nearby still contain wall paintings known as "magic bull hunting", dating from the Mesolite period.
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