- Museum of Ethnography (Dusbanbe)
- Tajikistan unified Museum (Dusbanbe)
- Ayni Opera & Ballet Theatre (Dusbanbe)
- Varzob Valley (Near Dusbanbe)
- Peak Lenina
- Peak Kommunisma
- Peak Korzheneuskaya
- Vegitable Oil
- Refrigerators and Freezers
- Chemicals and Fertilizers
- Metal cutting machine tools
Hunted Facts on tajikistan
- Tajikistan is officially a republic, and holds elections for the President and Parliament.
- Tajikistan is landlocked, and is the smallest nation in Central Asia by area.
- The culture of Tajikistan was originally shared with that of Uzbekistan, but during Communist rule, the cultural fabric of the region was disrupted by the Soviet leadership imposing artificial boundaries and the notion of nation-state - alien to the region - on the area.
- Politics of Tajikistan takes place in a framework of a presidential republic, whereby the President of Tajikistan is both head of state and head of government, and of a pluriform multi-party system.
- The Republic of Tajikistan gained its independence during the breakup of the Soviet Union on September 9, 1991 and promptly fell into a civil war from 1992–1997 between old-guard regionally based ruling elites and disenfranchised regions, democratic liberal reformists, and Islamists loosely organized in a United Tajik Opposition (UTO).
- Tajikistan is slowly rebuilding itself with an integrated government and continues to permit a Russian military presence to guard their border with Afghanistan and the basing of the Russian 201st Motorized Rifle Division that never left Tajikistan when it became independent.
- Tajikistan, one of the five central Asian countries of the former Soviet Union, is bordered by Uzbekistan, Kyrgzstan, Afghanistan, and China.
- UNESCO had written the Tajikistan authorities to halt the construction project, calling the synagogue’s destruction a “contradiction with existing international standards for the protection of cultural heritage.” UNESCO never received a reply from the Tajikistan government and is going to repeat the appeal, but it appears too late to stop the destruction.
- Israel is represented in Tajikistan by its embassy in Uzbekistan.
- Tajikistan broke away from the vicious cycle of political instability and economic decline after the cessation of a long civil conflict and has now made a substantial progress in recent years.