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  • A waterseller in Ferghana.

  • Young girl in Nurata

  • A women waits for het share of Holy Water at the Russioan Orthodox Church in Tashkent

  • A woman recitating prayers at the Jewish cemetry in Samarkand

  • Natasha is originally from Belarusse, but she lived het whole live in Uzbekistan. She raised a family of 10 children.

  • A boy in the Nurata mountains plays with a syringe filled with water

  • A dancer at a wedding in Bukhara

  • A student of Bukhara University waits for het lover. Boys and girls can sit together, but only when they are officialy engaged.

  • A woman in Samarkand looks at het baby son.