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Why visit Uzbekistan

Autonomous Republic of Karakalpakstan is a part of Uzbekistan. The Great Silk Road ran through the territory of Karakalpakstan during the ancient times. There are still a number of unique ancient monuments preserved in Karakalpakstan: cities of Toprak-kala, Djanbas-kala, Gyaur-kala and Ayaz-kala. These sights are valuable, however, barely preserved memory about the past epochs.

Close to once full-flowing Aral Sea, not far from Nukus lies the ships cemetery – Muynak. This city is the reflection of Aral Sea tragedy. Ships and barges that never sail, lie on the territory of Muynak. Aral Sea was the fourth largest sea in the world at its high water period.


Muynak – graveyard of ships 

The city of Muynak is situated close to Aral Sea. It is called a “graveyard of ships”. This city is the living picture of Aral tragedy. Previously Muynak stood by the shoreline of Aral Sea, but today it is 100 km away from it. On the territory of the city one can see abandoned ships and small boats, which will never return to Aral Sea again.

Museum of Art named after I.V. Savitsky 

The Karakalpakstan State Museum of Art named after I.V. Savitsky is famous for its art collection that consists of over 90000 displays. If you decided to visit Nukus, you certainly need to visit this museum. Here you can get acquainted with works of the best artists of Uzbekistan, items of national handicraft, and good copies of some world masterpieces