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Museum
“Museum is interesting as an introduction to arts and culture of Kazakhstan.”
  • 14 lokale anbefaler
Museum
“cобрана коллекция картин, иcторичеcких находок, предметы быта прошлых времен. ”
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Museum
“Amir Temur museum. Centrally located. Light overview of Uzbekistan history during Timurid period.”
  • 3 lokale anbefaler
Museum
“Главной достопримечательностью Каракола конечно же является парк-заповедник с могилой и мемориалом Н.М.Пржевальского. В 9 км к северу от города, недалеко от пристани в Каракольском заливе среди парка находятся музей, памятник и могила Н. М. Пржевальского. На пути в свое 5-е путешествие Пржевальский умирает в городе Каракол и по его желанию он похоронен на берегу Иссык-Куля”
  • 3 lokale anbefaler
Art Museum
“Art Museum. Great collection of paintings by local and international artists. Masterpieces of Russian avant garde. Lots of antique suzanis.”
  • 1 lokal anbefaler
Museum
“Very cozy museum will introduce you to insights of some cultural aspects. Located in Panfilov's Park.”
  • 4 lokale anbefaler
Museum
“Historical Museum tells you more about appearance of this city on the world map”
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Museum
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Museum
Art Museum
“Красивый музей. Вариации узбекских узоров, ковров, тюбетеек и другой местной красоты. Находится в красивейшем районе Ташкента, который заслуживает отдельного внимания. С виду маленький и скромный, но поражает совершенством форм.”
  • 1 lokal anbefaler
Museum
“The Chui Valley is actually littered with history and ancient sites. The Burana Tower is perhaps the most famous, but there is much more than just the tower. Balasagun was an ancient Soghdian city and the tower was part of the city. Balasagun was founded by Soghdians, a people of Iranian origin and the Soghdian language was still in use in this town until the 11th century. It was the capital of the Kara-Khanid Khanate from the 10th century until it was taken by the Kara-Khitan Khanate in 1134. It was then captured by the Mongols in 1218. The Mongols called it Gobalik ("pretty city"). Founded by the Kara-Khanid Khanate in the 9th century, Balasagun soon supplanted Suyab as the main political and economical centre of the Chuy Valley; its prosperity declined after the Mongol conquest. The poet Yusuf Has Hajib, known for writing the Kutadgu Bilig, is thought to have been born in Balasagun in the 11th century. The city also had a sizable Nestorian Christian population; one graveyard was still in use in the 14th century.[2] Since the 14th century, Balasagun is a village with plenty of ruins, 12 km southeast of Tokmok. The Burana Tower, located at the edge of Tokmok and 6 km from the present village of Balasagun, was the west end of the ancient city. It includes the Burana Tower and a field of stone petroglyphs, the bal-bals. The Burana Tower is a minaret built in the 11th century on the ruins of the ancient city Balasagun. It is 24 m (79 ft) in height, though when it was first built it topped 46 m (138 ft). Several earthquakes through the centuries caused much damage, and the current building represents a major renovation carried out in the 1970s.”
  • 1 lokal anbefaler
Museum
“Lose yourself in history. Look for human bones at the Necropolis. Imagine Genghis Khan storming through in slaughter. This is Navekat.”
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Museum
“This park if one of my favorites in Bishkek! You can find statues of Marx and Engels in front of Parliament building, statue of Lenin hidden behind the trees. The whole park is very charming itself, definitely recommend for sightseeing, picnics and walks. ”
  • 2 lokale anbefaler