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Museum of Applied Art in Tashkent

State Museum of Applied Art, Tashkent

The State Museum of Applied Arts of Uzbekistan, located in Tashkent, was founded in 1937 in the building of the palace of the Russian diplomat Alexander Polovtsev. This treasury stores the pearls of applied art created by the hands of masters from the first half of the 19th century to the present day.

The museum displays more than 50 types of folk arts and crafts, the collection of which includes almost 7,000 unique exhibits represented by porcelain and ceramics, paintings, fabrics and masterpieces of gold embroidery, and, of course, national costumes and jewelry.

The Museum of Applied Arts is the best place where you can get acquainted with the national treasure of Uzbekistan.

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Address of the Museum of Applied Arts: Tashkent, st. Rakatboshi, 15.
Nearest metro station: "Kosmonavtlar".
Opening hours: 9:00-18:00, seven days a week.

Entrance fee: 2.5 USD

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