Turkmenistan is a very interesting country in Central Asia, with a unique political system and a neutral status. Even though it is not too easy to get there, Turkmenistan welcomes tourists from various countries and has a rich culture and historical heritage to please and satisfy even the savviest traveller.
Ashgabat is the capital city of Turkmenistan, a very beautiful cultural, political and economic center surrounded by the Karakum desert. The city has changed its look over the recent years from a semi-rural provincial capital to a modern-looking city with multi-storey buildings and business centers. See more about tours in Ashgabat here.
An ancient city, once a capital of the Khorezmian kingdom, now it is abandoned and only the monuments of the past may tell you that it was a powerful and magnificent city. Located not far from Uzbek border and cities Khiva and Urgench. It is possible to visit Kunya Urgench during a one-day tour.
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Moving further into the depth of Turkmenistan and its deserts, you will find the remnants of another ancient city, called Merv. There was a time when this city was the world's largest by number of residents. Then, for reasons unknown, it was left by people. Now it is a UNESCO monument.
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