Tashkent, one of the largest and oldest cities in Central Asia, is the Capital of Uzbekistan. First reports about Tashkent as a city settlement are contained in the ancient Eastern Chronicle of the second century before our times. In Chinese reports it was called Yuni, on the “Kaaba Soroastra” inscription of the Persian king Shapura the First from 262 BC. Tashkentoase was called as Chatsch. Chatsch was the crossroads on the way of export of gold, precious stones, spices and beautiful horses from different cities and states. Today Tashkent, from the Uzbek “city of stones”, is the capital of the modern republic, which preserves the evidence of the past, memories of events in the history of Uzbekistan, one of the largest industrial centers in Central Asia, with the population of over 2 million inhabitants.