The memorial monument (9th – 15th cc.) is f tribute to Abu Abdallah Muhammad ibn Ali ibn Hasan ibn Bashir al-Hakim at-Tirmizi (circa 750/760 – Termez, approx 869).
The Jarkurgan Minaret (1109 – 1110) stands in the village of Minar, Jarkurgan District. In the old days, nearby there was a cathedral mosque built of burnt brick. But it has not survived to our days.
To the northwest of Old Termez., on the left bank of the Amu Darya river, there is a three-head l hill. The local people call it Koratepa, which means «Black Hill».
Fayaz tepa bears witness to a key period of the region’s history, during which the encounter of Buddhist and Greek cultures took place.
One of the most impressive medieval monuments from the post-Mongol period is Kirk-Kiz. Located outside the walls of medieval Termez, it was probably the fortified residence of a noble family.
Sultan Sadat (Arabic: Sultan as-sadat – “The Sultan of Sayyids”), a family burial vault of the Sayyids of Termiz
Surkhandarya is the south part of the Republic. It shares borders with Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Afghanistan. Surkhandarya region was founded on March 6, 1941.
At present Termez is one of the ancient flourishing cities of Uzbekistan like Samarkand, Bukhara, Khiva and Tashkent. If you trip 700 km from Tashkent through the uzbekhigway
The Mausoleum of Imam Abu Isa at –Tirmizi is located in the Sherabad district (6 kilometers from the district center) of Surkhandarya region (11th – 12th cc.)
It is shaped as a gallery with rooms (its exterior perimeter is 9×8,7 m; the interior perimeter is 5,65×5,80 m)
The Sufi Allayor (Allah-Yar) Mosque is an architectural monument in the village of Katta Varkshuvar