Qarshi (Karshi) is a city in southern Uzbekistan.
The city now known as Qarshi, was called Nakhshab by the Persians and Nasab by the Arabs. After the Mongol invasion, Kapak Khan built himself a couple of palaces (karshi in mongolian) and the name was subsequently given to the new settlement.
- 1 Kok Gumbaz mosque, Nasaf St. The biggest and most beautiful mosque of the city.
- Khoja Adbul Aziz Madrassah, Nasaf St. largest in town, now housing the Regional Museum with few exhibits about the history of Buchara emirate and lots of old photographs
- 2 Odin Madrasah (Rabiya Madrassah), Bazaar Square. a late 19th-century female madrassah
- Kurgancha Mosque.
- World War II Memorial. dedicated to the Soviet casualties of WWII. The centerpiece is a bronze figure which stands closely behind the 'Eternal Flame of Remembrance'.
- 3 Kashkadarya Bridge. 16th century bridge
- Restaurant Hafizaxon, Uzbekistan St corner Yassaviy St.
- Cafe Gulinur, Uzbekistan St (Near National Bank or Milliy Bank).
- Afshona Hotel, 5, B. Sherqulov Ko'ch, ☏ . Newly built two star hotel. 40 A/C rooms equipped with shower, telephone, cable TV. Continental breakfast is complimentary. Double : 50$ par night (2014 year).
- Nasaf Travel (Ex Hotel Tong), 245 Uzbekistan St & Bogzar Str., ☏ . A two star hotel. 20 rooms equipped with A/C, hot shower and satellite TV. The restaurant serves Uzbek and European food. Standard Room Dbl. 65$ par night (2014 year).
- Nasaf Hotel, Navoi St (Opposite Children Hospital). A 3 star hotel. 9 guest rooms: