The Sultan Saodat is located in the outskirt of modern Termez, in Uzbekistan. The name Sultan Saodatmeans "His Excellency Sultan or Sultan’s well-being" in Arabic.
The complex of Sultan Saodat, which was formed between the 11th and 17th centuries, has the graves of the influential Sayyid dynasty of Termez.
Buddhist cult center Karatepa (in translation from the Uzbek "Black Hill") occupies an area of about 7 hectares and is located on a three-part elevation of sandstone, where at one time there were dozens of monastery and temple complexes.
Kampyrtepa is a citadel surrounded by a moat, and the "lower city", surrounded from the side by a fortified wall with towers. The citadel, which has multi-meter layers of Hellenistic time, began to settle in the late 4th century. BC. The building of the "lower city" was made according to a single plan at the beginning of the first century. AD And lasted until the reign of Kanishka I (first third of the 2nd century AD).
Fayaztepa is a Buddhist temple complex dating back to the 1st-3rd centuries BC. This complex is located in Termez, near the north-western ruins of the old city. In 1968, Absad Beknayev in the dunes found a Buddha sculpture made of alabaster, which was later transferred to the museum of local lore. In 1968-76 this discovery was studied by L.I. Albaum.
Aral-Paygambar, which means the island of the prophet, is an island on the Amu Darya river which separates Uzbekistan and Afghanistan. The nature reserve was created in 1960 on the island of Aral-Paygambar on the Amu Darya river near Termez.