World Heritage Sites in Tajikistan


Proto-urban site of Sarazm

(39.508 N 67.460 E)

Sarazm means "where the land begins". The archaeological site dates from the 4th millennium BC to the end of the 3rd millennium BC, one of the oldest in Central Asia.


Tajik National Park

(38.784 N 72.307 E)

This vast area in the east of the country is sparsely inhabited, and virtually unaffected by agriculture and permanent human settlements. It is home to numerous rare and threatened birds and mammals including Marco Polo Argali sheep, Snow Leopards and Siberian Ibex.



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Last Updated: July 2, 2013