Sights of Turkmenistan

The Turkmenistan Independence Monument in Ashgabat was opened in 2000 dedicated to Turkmenistan 's independence. Turkmenistan's Freedom Monument reflects the value and importance o...
"Oghuz Khan and Sons" (Turkmen. "Oguzhan we onuň ogullary" fontan kompleksy) is a fountain complex one of Ashgabat ’s main symbols. It welcomes you when you enter the city, as it i...
The constitution monument of Turkmenistan is situated in Ashgabat and is considered to be the second-tallest building in Turkmenistan. You can imagine already that it is a massive...
The National Park of Independence is one of the most visited places in Ashgabat. It’s a huge park in the southern part of the city and home to the famous symbol of Ashgabat-the Ind...
Karakum is a sandy desert, one of the largest in Central Asia and on earth. It occupies almost 3/4 of the territory of the Republic of Turkmenistan. The Karakum is translated as “B...
Close to the village of Makhtumkuli are the Moon Mountains. They are located in the southeast of the Balkan region of Turkmenistan. It may really seem to the traveler that he is on...
The Great Balkan or  Uly-Balkan is a mountain ridge in the western Turkmenistan. Uly-Balkans is translated from Turkmen as 'chain of large mountains'. There is also a nearby Small...
Koytendag (Köýtendag) Mountain Range is located in the south-eastern part of Turkmenistan along the border with Uzbekistan. Koytendag means “mountains of deep canyons”. The mountai...
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