The traditions of rural architecture have formed and developed for centuries, taking into account the natural and climatic conditions of the territory, living conditions of the local population of the Republic of Uzbekistan. Preservation of temples, mosques, baths, national houses, old, historic architectural masterpieces in rural areas and cities, which is consisted by almost half the population of the country, require a wider study of this area. Because architectural masterpieces are our national cultural heritage, our value and our identity. The article gives an overview of the traditional methods of architecture as well as the harmony of modern architecture.
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"THE DEVELOPMENT AND FORMATION PRINCIPLES OF RURAL ARCHITECTURAL TRADITIONS OF UZBEKISTAN,"
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