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Carpet Museum

Carpet Museum

The museum was opened in October 24, 1994. This museum has large, impressive collection of antique carpets, carpet articles/chuval, khurjuns, torba etc. / as well as the World largest handmade...

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Museum of Fine Arts

Museum of Fine Arts

It was founded in 1927 by the initiative of Russian sculptor Mr. Karelin A.A. However only in 1939 it got the status of the Fine Arts Museum of Turkmenistan.. In 2006 the museums moved to a new...

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State Museum of Turkmenistan

State Museum of Turkmenistan...

The Museum was opened in November 1998. The museum has rich collection of ancient artifacts from all historical and archeological sites of Turkmenistan (more than 500,000 exhibits are displayed...

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Ertogrul Ghazi mosque

Ertogrul Ghazi mosque

One of the largest mosques of Ashgabat and Turkmenistan, this mosque was built in 1996. Designed and built by Turkish architect the mosque has typical Ottoman style and very similar to the “Blue...

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Wedding Palace Bagt Koshgi

Wedding Palace "Bagt Koshgi"

Located in New City area of Ashgabat, Turkmenistan wedding palace was built on the top of natural hill, and has a nice view-point which gives us an opportunity to see the Ashgabat of Independence...

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National Memorial Complex with Earthquake Monument

National Memorial Complex with...

The National Memorial complex “Halk Hakydasy” has been developed on the western side of Ashgabat. The Earthquake Monument of Turkmenistan and memorial to the victims of WWII are within this...

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The Park of Independence

The Park of Independence

The largest and most impressive of the parks, built in Ashgabat during the post-independence period is the Park of Independence of Turkmenistan. It was first founded in 1993 and forms a rectangle...

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The Arch of Neutrality

The Arch of Neutrality

This monument in Turkmenistan has become an urban symbol which serves as a powerful reference point in the city. The inspiration for the Arch of Neutrality was the traditional Turkmen trivet - a...