Alem Cultural and Entertainment Center (Turkmen: «Älem» medeni dynç alyş merkezi) is a cultural center in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan. It was officially opened to the public on May 18, 2012. The opening ceremony was attended by the President of Turkmenistan, Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov.
Oriental bazaar Altyn Asyr (Turkmen: Altyn Asyr gündogar bazary) also known locally as Täze jygyldyk (Russian: Новая Толкучка; New tolkuchka) is the largest market in Turkmenistan, and the fifth-largest in Central Asia.
The zoo, or the National museum of wildlife as it is called, was built in 2010 in Gekdere. At that time the official print media reported that the museum Visitors to the zoo near Ashgabat notice that the territory has been neglected, there is no water supply in the facilities and the overall state is quite unhygienic.
The cheapest way to get from Samarqand to Ashgabat is to train and car ferry which costs $130 - $180 and takes 5 days 9 h. What is the fastest way to get from Samarqand to Ashgabat? The quickest way to get from Samarqand to Ashgabat is to train and car ferry which takes 5 days 9 h and costs $130 - $180.
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The earthquake hall is perhaps Ashgabat's most touching museum and the display includes once-banned photos of pre-1948 earthquakes as well as information about the five-year clean-up effort, the burying of 110,000 bodies and the building of a new city. It's west of the city, near the Hotel Ýyldyz.
The monument at night. The "Independence Monument" is a monument located in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan. The design of this building was inspired by traditional Turkmen tents and the traditional headgear worn by Turkmen girls.
If you once find yourself in Ashgabat, the city of love, white marble and thousands of fountains, you must visit the main park in the Turkmen capital - National Independence Park. This Park is one of the city’s attractions, embodying the spirit of modern Turkmenistan.
Inspiration Square (Turkmen: Ylham seýilgähi) is a public park at the center of Ashgabat in Turkmenistan. The park initially opened in 2010. It is located between the two central avenues of Ashgabat - Gerogly and Magtymguly. Its total area is 57,000 m 2.
Monument “My white city of Ashgabat” and amusement park “Ashgabat” have been inaugurated in the Turkmen ... Magtymguly is the faith of the Turkmen soul, ...
Monument to the Turkmenistan Constitution (Turkmen: Türkmenistanyň Konstitusiýa binasy) is a monument located in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan. Its height of 185 meters makes it the second-tallest building in Turkmenistan. The monument is decorated with marble.
Check out thousands of paintings and sculptures at Turkmen Museum of Fine Arts. Housed in inside an impressive building, the museum exhibits works by Russian and Turkmen artists--as well as international ones--including tapestries, ceramics, and jewelry. You can explore multiple exhibits, showcased throughout several rooms.
Other articles where Namazga-Tepe is discussed: Central Asian arts: Neolithic and Metal Age cultures: …kilometres) southeast of Ashgabat and Namazga-Tepe, situated in the same region and occupying an area of some 145 acres (60 hectares), are important Bronze Age sites.
The National Museum of Turkmenistan was established in 1990, its total area is 15 thousand sq. metres. The museum consists of seven galleries, keeping the history of modern culture and ethnography of Turkmenistan. There are more than 116 000 unique items in the museum's collection.
Monument of Neutrality (Turkmen: Bitaraplyk arkasy) was a monument located in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan. The three-legged arch, which became known locally as "The Tripod", was 75 metres (246 ft) tall and was built in 1998 on the orders of Turkmenistan's President Saparmurat Niyazov to commemorate the country's official position of neutrality.
Nisa (also Parthaunisa) was an ancient city located near modern-day Bagir village, 18 km southwest of Ashgabat, Turkmenistan. Nisa is described by some as the first seat of central government of the Parthians.
Nisa, Turkmenistan 18 km to the west from Ashgabat there overlook the ruins of Nisa, the capital of ancient Parthia, existed at the turn of the I millennium BC and I millennium AD. In the III century BC New Nisa was the capital of Parthia and the Old Nisa fortress was an imperial residence at that time.
Rukhiyet Palace (Türkmençe. Ruhyýet köşgi) is a palace in the capital city of Asgabat in Turkmenistan. In the palace held official state events, forums, meetings, meetings, meetings, inaugurations. The palace was built by the French company Bouygues.
The Turkmen Carpet Museum or the National Carpet Museum is a national museum, situated on 5 Gorogly Street in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan. The museum opened on 24 October 1994. It has the largest collection of Turkmen carpets of any museum.
The State Cultural Centre of Turkmenistan ((in Turkmen)) is a multipurpose performance facility in the Ashgabat, Turkmenistan.Located at Archabil avenue, it was founded by the first President of Turkmenistan Saparmurat Niyazov.
Jump on one of the wild rides at World of Turkmenbashi Tales, a kind of Turkmen twist on Disneyland. The country's only amusement park, the venue offers arcade games, roller coasters, and a Ferris Wheel. After finishing with the attractions, head over to the onsite cafe for some cake and coffee.
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