Route description: Tashkent >Ferghana>Rishtan>Namangan>Andijan>Samarkand>Urgut>Gijduvan>Bukhara>Shahrisabz.
Duration: 3-5-7 days, by Tour Bus.
Top museums of the world are proud of masterpieces of the workmanship arts created in Uzbekistan soil: Afrasiab ceramics of IX-XII centuries, temurids’ ceramicsof XIV-XV centuries, ceramics of Rishtan and Gurumsaray of XIX and beginning of XX centuries, syuzanes of Tashkent, Shahrisabz, Samarkand and Bukhara, silver decorations of Khorezm and Karakalpakstan, decorated by chasing bronze and silver dishware from Bukhara, Tashkent, Kokand, and etc. The richest collections of popular handicraft are available at museums of Uzbekistan, and in Tashkent there is a separate museum of applied arts.
In the course of the classic tour to Uzbekistan you may have a general idea on aesthetics, types of Uzbek craft, hold with your hands and purchase the items you like in numerous trade shops. For those who would like to examinemore thoroughly concrete types of goods, workmanship technics and regional schools, learn the “language” of ancient ornaments, we recommend to apply to guides-experts or to participate in a specialized handicraft tour.
The figulines/items made by Uzbekistan potters, created according to canons of ancient masters, are in popular demandby collectors, connoisseur of design and attributes of Eastern life. The ceramic tour will make it possible to see the museum masterpieces, to look into peculiarities of schools of traditional ceramics.
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