Tashkent Independence Square - Previously known as Red Square, Lenin Square Tashkent was the biggest Red Square during the USSR Period. In the Center of the Square, Where Today Stands Globe, was the Lenin's Biggest Statute standing which was replaced by Globe in 1991 after Uzbekistan announced Independence. The Square has gone through many renovations and the latest Renovation was completed in 2004. Square has Senate Building, Prime Minister's Office, Ministry of Finance and other Ministries Offices. On the Northern Side of the Square is located the Monument of Second World War Victims where a Visitor can find the names of hundred of thousands victims of World War 11. On the Eastern side of the Square is Underground Railway Station which now is Known as Mustaklik Maidon and Previously was known as Lenin Station.Visitors are advised to enter the Square from the Northern Side. While the Visitors will be in the Square the dogs of SnB will be all around them and thus the visitors are advised to be very careful. Uzbekistan is a State which sleeps, awakes, smiles and weeps for One God. That unheard of God is SnB (Uzbekistan most Ruthless Security Agency). So while in Uzbekistan be careful so you may not experience their ruthlessness. Best of Luck and May God Al-Mighty Safe every Body from SNB and give Courage to Uzbek nation to revolt against the Torture, Illegal Detentions, killings, Kidnappings. And May God give courage to the Ambassadors, Ministers, and other officials of Uzbek Government to Finally revolt against the terror of SNB.