Karakalpak Scientific Journal


This article analyzes the exposition features of Samarkand museums. Samarkand State Joint Historical-Architectural and Art Museum-Reserve is famous for its rich collections. The Samarkand museum exposition presents collections of ceramics, carvings, fabrics, embroidery, carpets and clothes covering all regions of Uzbekistan. The museum presents these collections to the public on the basis of innovative solutions using thematic, complex, ensemble methods.

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