Bukhara Museum is mostly of the architectural monuments in the city and it is not surprising, because Bukhara itself is a museum city with over 140 preserved medieval mosques, madrasahs, palaces, and mausoleums. The largest museum of Bukhara is the Bukhara State Architectural Art Museum which was founded in 1922 located in Ark fortress.
The exhibits include gold embroidery, copper chased items, ganch carving, samples of architectural decor, coins, household items, graphic works, painting, sculpture, old maps, books, and other documents of historical value. You can see all of these while in Uzbekistan Tours.
The Memorial Museum of Abu Ali IbnSina is dedicated to the outstanding medieval thinker, an encyclopedic scholar Abu Ali ibnSion, who made the greatest contribution to the development of world science and culture.
His vast scientific legacy includes such branches of science as philosophy, medicine, astronomy, geology, mathematics, physics, linguistics, poetry, and music in Uzbekistan Museums.
Museum Of Fine Arts:
In the Bukhara Museum of Fine Art, you can get acquainted with the expositions of arts and crafts. Works of talented painters, graphic artists, and sculptors of Uzbekistan are presented in the exposition of fine arts.
The best works of famous Bukharian artists, painters, sculptors, graphic artists, miniatures of People's Artist of Uzbekistan are demonstrated in the picture gallery.
Museum Of Decorative-Applied Arts
The Bukhara State Museum has an exposition of Art embroidery of the Bukhara region. The Bukhara school of decorative embroidery is the unique and brightest phenomenon of the embroidered art of Uzbekistan.
The exposition shows samples of decorative embroideries, prayer rugs, headgear, jewelry for women's dress, handbags, wallets, bags for mirrors, men's waist shawls and other items used in everyday life of the 19th century. It is one of the recommended to visit while in Uzbekistan Tours.
Bukhara Museum Of Carpet Weaving:
The Carpet Museum is located in the architectural monument of the Magoki Attori mosque, near the ancient canal Shahrud and exhibits different types of traditional carpet weaving.
The design of the carpets is an ornament in the form of abstract geometric figures, patterns, and patterns characteristic for nomadic Turkmen tribes. The items of the museum collection are woven, made from woolen, silk, and cotton threads.
It is one of the best Uzbekistan Attractions to see and buy.
The Ark citadel is one of the oldest monuments of archeology, history, and culture of Bukhara. It was the residence of the rulers of Bukhara.
The main exhibits of this museum are artifacts from the Saka burials, a unique wall painting of Varakhsha and Pikend, chandelier ceramics, bronze products, irrigation ceramics, and some of the 19th century.
With over hundreds of protected monuments in Bukhara Museum, the city is called as the Museum city of the country. This is a must-visit place to know the culture and tradition of the ancient Uzbeks rulers and artists.
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