City Hall Municipality
Mabetex started working in the Republic of Uzbekhstan in 1996. Our work has been concentrated in the town of Tashkent, the Republic's capital. Here we have completely reconstructed the Town Hall, whose new structure and interiors' decoration were designed with full respect for local architectural tradition.
In addition to this building Mabetex Group restored the Tashkent Bank Academy, an historical building highly valued in the town.
Tashkent is the capital city of Uzbekistan. The name Tashkent is usually derived from the Turkish word "tash" (stone) and the Persian word "kent" (city), meaning "city of stones".
It is an ancient city on the Great Silk Road from China to Europe. Little remains of the ancient city after the 1966 earthquake and earlier modernisation work following the 1917 revolution. Tashkent is a very Soviet city that has little remaining from its ancient Central Asian past. The city has a mixture of modern new office buildings, hotels, parks and crumbling Soviet style apartment blocks. The city of Tashkent, one of large cities of the world, is located in Tashkent oasis of Central Asia. It is the capital of the Republic of Uzbekistan. The territory of the city is about 33 thousands hectares, its population is about 2.2 million residents.