The tour continues in the ethnographic hall located on the first floor. In this hall there are many expositions relating to the historical past of the Turkmen people, their customs and traditions, and everyday life, as well as many exhibits that reveal various branches of life activity. The diorama, located in the hall, reveals the livestock breeders, it depicts flocks grazing on desert pastures. It also vividly shows the art of dressing. In the past, our ancestors carefully and rationally used water resources; artificial reservoirs were built to irrigate crops. On the diorama dedicated to farming, there is a three-dimensional man-made water-pressure structure called jikyr. In the Middle Ages, scientific centers operated in the territory of Turkmenistan, in which prominent scientists worked. In a prominent place in the hall is a diorama dedicated to science and education. The Turkmen people have always been brave, heroic, having weapons is a natural phenomenon. The windows show military weapons: swords, sabers, guns, rifles with a bayonet. In the continuation of the exhibition fragments of carpets and carpet products, woven by the hands of Turkmen carpet weavers, who have invested their soul in these beautiful masterpieces of art, are on display. Also here you can see the national felt tree with a false ornament. The museum depicts a shopping center in the form of an oriental bazaar, located on the crossroad of the Great Silk Road: potters and artisans are busy with work, merchants and merchants carry on a lively trade. At its most prominent place is the Turkmen yurt, in which are presented the items of national life: carpets, chuvaly, sacks, a cradle for children, a chest and much more. From the outside, the yurt is decorated with a woven belt and various gotazas, giving the house a festive look. In the next showcase is located women's and children's clothing from the national velvet and drape. The women of Lebab velayat wore the necklace of Damax from multicolored beads. In the window you can see the various types of these decorations. National musical instruments are also exhibited: dutar, gydzhak, gopuz, tuyduk and deprek. The exhibition ends with information about prominent artists.
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