Sister City with Seattle since 1973
The first Soviet to United States sister city was a landmark relationship with the former Soviet Union. The sister city relationship still continues today years after the collapse of the Soviet Union. This sister city relationship has remained strong and is celebrated in the Tashkent population here in our region. Visit the Tashkent Park on Capital Hill or if ever inTashkent, Uzbekistan, visit the Seattle Peace Park. To learn more about the Tashkent - Seattle Sister City relationship, please visit: https://seattle-tashkent.org/
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The Seattle-Tashkent Sister City Association, established in 1973, was the first US-Soviet sister city affiliation. Over the years it has organized exchanges with school children and teachers, mountain climbers, physicians, chefs, lawyers, broadcasters, and folk dancers. In 1988 the association and Plowshares Peace Corps volunteers organized the entire Seattle community in the design and creation of the Seattle Peace Park in Tashkent. There is also a Tashkent park in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood. The association maintains an active program with its many friends and organizations in Tashkent. In 1991 Uzbekistan became an independent, sovereign nation, and the country and Tashkent City have continued the long history and ongoing partnership with the City of Seattle and its sister city organization.
Tashkent, with population of 2.3 million, is the largest city in Central Asia and the capital of the Republic of Uzbekistan. Tashkent is a desert city on the legendary "Silk Road" trade route that connected China and Europe for thirteen centuries. With the breakup of the Soviet Union in 1991, Tashkent became the capital of independent Uzbekistan. In 1966 an earthquake destroyed most of the city. Now it is an industrial and cultural hub of Central Asia with a diverse economy. Irrigation projects have turned desert land into fields that produce fruit, vegetables and cotton.