Cross, children's world, Urda, Gorky, sporting goods, 40 years, Diadora, electronics, car bazaar, Perfectum, corner, drunk street, library, Svetlana, theater, graves, psihushka, ocean, continent, korzinka - these names are understandable to any Tashkent inhabitant, but you will not find them on the map of the capital.
Please try to find the road, calling the taxi drivers and random passers-by an official address! I'm sure you will have a hard time.
These are the characteristics of Tashkent. Different cities have their own peculiarities. If Moscow is guided by metro stations, Almaty - by intersections of streets and "top-bottom" (which, by the way, are exactly opposite to the sides of the Earth, that visitors lead to the stupor, accustomed to the north from above), then Tashkent moves exclusively along "landmarks".
And above - a map of exclusively people's landmarks, which have not on official maps.