One of only two doubly-landlocked countries in the world, Uzbekistan might best be described as a crossroads—a place where Ancient meets Modern and East meets West—a place, as Chris Aslan Alexander says, “marooned somewhere between Mohammed and Marx,” whose inhabitants head to the livestock market wearing traditional skullcaps as well as tracksuits.
Photography by Theodore Kaye
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