Sand painting and an unusual portrait of Mahtumkuli
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Sand painting and an unusual portrait of Mahtumkuli

World Watercolour Day is marked annually on November 23. The initiator of tradition is the…

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Culinary diplomacy, or How guests are welcomed in different countries
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Culinary diplomacy, or How guests are welcomed in different countries

Refusing a guest, not seating him at the table, not treating him or welcoming him…

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In London an attempt of illicit import of unique artefacts from Samarkand was prevented
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In London an attempt of illicit import of unique artefacts from Samarkand was prevented

In the capital of Great Britain the attempt of illicit import of unique artefacts from…

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Artistic “message” to descendants: exhibition of national embroidery in Ashgabat
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Artistic “message” to descendants: exhibition of national embroidery in Ashgabat

The exhibition of national embroidery was held in Ashgabat, in the center of public organizations…

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About what the tuyduk of Serdar Haydarov sings
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About what the tuyduk of Serdar Haydarov sings

Sacred object in Anau – a place of pilgrimage and architectural monument
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Sacred object in Anau – a place of pilgrimage and architectural monument

“Start your journey from Seyit Jamal ad-Din… When you come to him, ask…” – with…

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A pearl of Turkmen poetry: Kemine in verses and humour
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A pearl of Turkmen poetry: Kemine in verses and humour

In the golden fund of Turkmen folklore there are different names and one of them…

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A literary travelogue, or travel to Margiana
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A literary travelogue, or travel to Margiana

Inspiring open areas of Turkmenistan find their reflection in many works of art. And how…

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The author’s dolls, absorbed with the soul of a skilled master
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The author’s dolls, absorbed with the soul of a skilled master

In making handmade dolls Bahar Durdyeva “was engaged” about ten years ago when she wanted…

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In Turkey, archaeologists have discovered a 1700-year-old statue
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In Turkey, archaeologists have discovered a 1700-year-old statue

On the territory of the ancient city of Perge, belonging to the Turkish province of…

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