Your Doorway to Turkmenistan
Welcome ! Hosh Geldiniz ! Turkmenistan is a Neutral and Independent country in Central Asia. It has a long and rich history, culture, traditions and attractions.
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If you are interested to discover Turkmenistan, then this place is for YOU!
Excerpts from Lonely Planet
“…it’s an ancient land of great spirituality, tradition and natural beauty.”
“The ancient cities of Merv and Konye-Urgench inspire visions of caravans plodding along the ancient Silk Road, while the haunting beauty of the Karakum desert and other quirky natural phenomena are equally mesmerising. The full Turkmen experience is ultimately about mingling with the warm and fascinating people themselves, whose hospitality is the stuff of legend.”
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“…It is a country that has a deep history and strong story. It is a nation that has been built up, torn down, built up again, torn down and then rebuilt in the eyes of a ‘visionary’ leader… I’ll be honest, our entire visit felt like a dream. It was almost like being in an alternate reality. If you’re looking for a unique and bizarre travel experience, than Turkmenistan should definitely be at the top of your travel wish list…”
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Turkmensands: We welcome Batyr Odeyev and thank him for having time to be with us today. Turkmensands: Salam Batyr or shall we say DutarBagshy! Batyr: Salam! If you prefer, you can call me by my stage name “Dutarbagshy” as I have already been known on social media. First of all, let me clarify why I […]
Turkmenistan is a land where the ancient intermingles with the modern. In this sunbaked country you will find ancient ruins amid the remodeled post-Soviet spaces. The capital city of Ashgabat is home to the world’s greatest number of marble buildings in the world. The architecture is unique and styled to demonstrate that this country emerged […]
The history of Turkmenistan is deeply intertwined with ancient exchange routes and dynamic imperial boundaries. The shifting desert sands saw cities rise and erode back into sand, they witnessed the advance of armies from Alexander to the Soviets, and they watched the ebb and flow of camel caravans stretching into the rippling horizon. The vast […]
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