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The flag and national colors—green for nature, white for peace, red for life, and blue for water—adorn murals and walls.The twelve stars on the flag symbolize the twelve regions of the country.The crescent moon, a symbol of Islam, is common, though its appearance on the national flag is meant not as a religious symbol but as a metaphor for rebirth.The architectures of Samara and Bukhara also symbolize past achievements.
Amir Timur, who conquered a vast area of Asia from his seat in Samarkand in the fourteenth century, has become a major symbol of Uzbek pride and potential and of the firm but just and wise ruler—a useful image for the present government, which made 1996 the Year of Amir Timur.
Of the more than one million people who have left, essentially all were non-Uzbek.