​Tajikistan is a country located in south-eastern Central Asia with an area of 143.1 km / box.
 Adjacent to the Republic of Tajikistan to the east China province (430 km.), And the north of the Republic of Kyrgyzstan (630 km.), And the west and north of the Republic of Uzbekistan (910 km.), And the south of Afghanistan (1030 km.). Separates the River Bing (Jitjon historically) the border between them.
Tajikistan name comes from the word "Tajik" the name of nationalism and "Stan" means "place". This label emerged after the administrative divisions of the Soviet government in the twentieth century. Before the government took power in Soviet Central Asia was the territory of Tajikistan belonging to the Emirate of Bukhara. Tajikistan is a republic with autonomous subsidiary of Ozpeixtan Soviet in 1924. Until the year 1929. Then became a Soviet Socialist Republic within 15 of the Republic in the Soviet Union and remained to the very extinction. After the break up and disintegration of the Soviet state of Tajikistan declared its independence on 9 September 1991.
Dushanbe is the capital city of Tajikistan. Located in the center west of the Republic. Home to more than 800 thousand people. Located in departments and government institutions and private key. It was originally a Persian word meaning on Monday.
Area of the city: 124 km 2 (48.1 mi 2)
Altitude: 706 m (2.316 ft)
Population: 679.400

Islamic Side:

Islam (Hanafi school) is the official religion in the country
Muslims constitute 98% of the total population (95% Sunni Muslim, and 3% Shia Ismaili).
Located in the capital Dushanbe University of Abu Hanifa and a number of Islamic mosques, including:
Central Mosque of the capital is located at: Street Rudaki the city center.
Gazzacan mosque is located at: 112 North-west district of the capital.
Chenard Weike mosque is located in: West Street Hilala south of the capital.
File mosque is located in the airport: Street Asefi southeast of the capital.
Haj Mosque is located in the Disco: Purbad Street south of the capital.

Economical and Cultural Side:

Tajikistan's economy is based mainly in the aluminum and cotton productions and agriculture​

Political Side:

Constitution in force in the country is the Constitution in 1994, was amended in 1999 and 2003. Executive power in Tajikistan consists of a head of state and the Council of Ministers, and the head of state powers to appoint the prime minister and cabinet members. The president appoints the heads of states, each state board to be elected directly elected. And the legislature is called the Supreme Council and consists of two chambers of the National Council and a number of its members elected 34 members choose to smoke. The elected local representatives 25, and the president appoints 8, and retains a seat for the former President of the Council. And House of Representatives and the number of its members choose 63 elected by direct popular.