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Ashgabat Museum exhibits Subject Picture Series carpet
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Ashgabat Museum of Carpet is flooded with visitors who want to have a glance at the first of its kind, New Subject Picture Series carpet. This unique 2.10 x 2.85 meters long hand woven carpet is dedicated to historical and modern sights of Turkmenistan.

A dedicated team of nearly five artisans were involved in making this masterpiece that has brought alive the images of Kugitang monument as well as the famous Tyurabek Kanym mausoleum.

More than 200 shades of various colors have been used by craftsmen for reviving the historic places and giving it a touch of newness.

After enticing the onlookers at Ashgabat Museum, this remarkable carpet will move to the new building of the Carpet Museum which is presently under construction.

Carpet Museum displays a wonderful collection of 500 pure wool hand-made carpets woven by the various Turkmen tribes. These carpets are known all over the world for their subtle beauty and refined motifs that have stolen the hearts of innumerable art lovers.


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