Melting Pot

They live in Tashkent. They inherit several different ethnicities and cultures. They are mixed people. The plain list of ethnicities reflects, in it’s own way, the complex and turbulent history of the city. The numerous waves of migrations, invasions, evacuations, deportations, echoes of the Great Silk Road, and, sometimes, just private stories of their adventurous ancestors.

 

Jew, Korean, Russian, Tatar, Sikh
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Tajik, Korean
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Jew, German, Russian, Ukrainian, Pole
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Russian, Armenian, Ukrainian, Kalmyk
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Korean, Ossetian
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Kazakh, Jew, Byelorussian, Russian
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Ukrainian, Moldavian, Korean
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Russian, Uzbek, Tajik, Korean
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Mordovan, Russian, Tatar, Uzbek, Pole, Kyrgyz
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Russian, Uzbek
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Tajik, Uzbek, Afghan, Persian
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Uzbek, Tatar, Russian, Ukrainian
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Russian, Syrian Arab, Kurd, French
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Russian, Chinese, Don Cossack
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Jew, Russian, Don Cossack
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Uzbek, Tatar
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Tatar, Ukrainian
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Korean, Russian, Jew, Mordovan
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Uzbek, Azeri, Uigur, Jew, Russian, Tatar
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Vietnamese, French
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Byelorussian, Buryat, Czech, Slovak, Bulgarian, Romanian, Nanai, Russian, Guran
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Russian, Tatar, Azeri, Ukrainian, Pole, Georgian
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Ukrainian, Tatar
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Russian, Azeri, Georgian, Jew, German

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