[Turkmenistan] Ancient Ruins - Parthian Settlement of Nisa
[Turkmenistan] Front mud guard rampart - Parthian Settlement of Nisa
Nisa (also Parthaunisa) was an ancient city, located near modern-day Bagir village, 18 km southwest of Ashgabat, Turkmenistan. Nisa is described by some as the first seat of central government of the Parthians. It is traditionally assumed to be founded by Arsaces I (reigned c. 250 BC–211 BC), and was reputedly the royal necropolis of the Parthian kings, although it has not been established that the fortress at Nisa was either a royal residence or a mausoleum.
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Ancient Nisa, Ashgabat, Turkmenistan, Trans-Siberian round tour
Turkmenistan Tourism, Facts – Ashgabat Tourist Attractions | Places to Visit Turkmenistan
The history of Turkmenistan is largely mysterious on with the arrival of many invaders right from Arab invasion Russian Colonization, Revolution and Civil War up to the Soviet Union. They got their independence with the dismemberment of USSR. The city-state which was an epitome of the country was Merv for being a transit hub on the Silk Road. Turkmenistan was a country listed to be the least visited country in World and now Turkmenistan tourism is attracting visitors for its rich historical and cultural attractions. Some of the top Turkmenistan tourist attractions are Gates of Hell, Ashgabat, Ancient city of Merv, Karakum desert, Dasoguz Province, Gypjak Mosque, Turkmen carpet museum, Parthian settlement of Nisa, Wedding Palace.
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• Holds the Guinness World Record for the largest indoor Ferris wheel
• Turkmenistan has the 6th largest oil and natural gas reserves in the world
• Ashgabat holds the Guinness World Record for the most public pools in a single place
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[Turkmenistan] Exterior - Sultan Sanjar Mausoleum, Мавзолей Санджара, 술탄 산자르 영묘 @ Mary
The Mausoleum of Sultan Ahmad Sanjar was built in Merv in 1157, following the death of Ahmad Sanjar, sultan of the Great Seljuk Empire. It is reported that his tomb was the site of pilgrimages. (Wikipedia)
Best Attractions and Places to See in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan
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Turkmen Carpet Museum
Parthian Settlement of Nisa
Turkmenistan Independence Monument
Ashgabat National Museum of History
Monument Arch of Neutrality
Ertugrul Gazi Mosque
Turkmen Museum of Fine Arts
Sites archéologiques au Turkménistan
Dans ce pays désertique peu ouvert aux touristes étrangers nous visitons les sites de Konye-Ourgentch, Nissa et Merv.
The Great Kyz Kala, Merv, Turkmenistan
Archaeological Interpretation of the Great Kyz Kala, Merv, Turkmenistan
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Walls of Gyaur Kala Merv Turkmenistan May 2018
National Monuments of Turkmenistan
Nissa, Ausgrabungsstätte in Turkmenistan
Nissa (Nisa) in Turkmenistan, 12 km westlich von Aşhgabat gelegen, war die erste Hauptstadt der Parther (iranisches Volk , 3. Jahrhundert v. Chr.) Die Ausgrabungsstätte steht auf der Liste des Weltkulturerbes der UNESCO.
Die Überreste von Nissa liegen an grünen Hängen mit Blick auf die Wüste. Die an der Fundstätte entdeckten archäologische Funde befinden sich im Museum für Geschichte in Ashgabat und der Eremitage in St. Petersburg, Russland.
Nissa, Capital of Parthian Empire (200 B.C. - 300 A. D.), near Ashgabat, Turkmenistan, 4/19/18
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Program №1 The Great Silk Road
Duration: 7 days / 6 nights
Route: Dashoguz - Izmukshir – Kunya-Urgench - Ashgabat - Mary - Margush - Ancient Merv - Turkmenabad - Farab.
Time: All year round.
Day 1 - The meeting of group on the Turkmen-Uzbek border. Accommodation at the hotel. After lunch visit the fortress of Izmukshir and St. Ismamut-Ata.
Day 2 - (250 km.) After breakfast, the group goes to the architectural monuments of Old Urgench, Khorezm capital 10th -12th centuries. During the tour we visit the Mausoleum of Najm al-Din al-Kubra, Tyurabek Khanum, Il-Arslan, Tekesh Ibn Hadzhibey, inspection highest minaret in Central Asia Kutlyk Timur. In the Evening our group flights to Ashgabat.
Day 3 - (270 km) This day will be devoted to sightseeing in the capital of Turkmenistan. We will visit the new parks, a huge complex with fountains and statues of the great men of antiquity, visit museums and mosques. After lunch, the group will travel to the village of Bagir, to visit the Parthian Fortresses of Nisa.
Day 4 - (100 km) After breakfast our group leave for bazaar, where in reality will be able to experience the beauty of Turkmen carpets and silver ornaments, souvenirs. After lunch we will go to equestrian base for exploring the pride of the Turkmen people - Akhal-Teke horses.
Day 5 - (280 km) This afternoon we will make the move 360 km in Mary. In the way visit the fortress Abiverd. Overnight at a hotel in the city.
Day 6 - (50 km) Early in the morning our group replace transportation to wheel drive cars and go to the excavations of ancient Margush in the sands of the Karakum. All day we will spend inspecting the Necropolis, the palace, temples and enjoying her 5000 history of Margiana.
Day 7 - In the morning the group will go on a tour of ancient Merv, examine its five cities, the largest mausoleum of the twelfth century - the mausoleum of Sultan Sanjar Mausoleum of Mohammed Ibn Zayd, as well as other important objects. After our group will move to the Uzbek border, where simple with us until we meet again.
Gonur Tepe, la civilización olvidada [CAP7 TURKMENISTÁN]
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[Turkmenistan] Architectural Complex of Akhmed Zamchi @ Ancient Merv
I stopped at the Mazar (Sepulchre) of Ahmed Zamchi architectural complex.
According to the historical sources and tales of old local inhabitants, the tomb in the middle of the three is that of Akhmed Zamchi or Pakhlivan (“Hero”) Akhmed, son of Muhammad. The easternmost of the three tombs is said to be that of Mizrab Shah of Khorezm, although there is no reliable information to this effect as yet. There is no information available as to the occupant of the third tomb. Investigations carried out by historians Akhmed Zamchi and Mizrab Shah were the main characters in the historical novel of Abu-Takhir Tartusi, Abu Muslimnama. The novel tells of the famous Abbasid propagandist, Emir Abu Muslim, with whose name so many events in the past fate of the city of Merv were associated. Readers are acquainted with the historical events at the time of the popular uprising in 747 of the Abbasids (749-50 – 1258) against the Umayyads (661-750). Medieval written sources provided detailed accounts of the uprising, which was led by Abu Muslim. He set up his military camp near Merv and men from sixty of the nearby villages came out to support him. Mention is made in accounts by visitors to Merv at the end of the 19th century of the venerated site linked with “Akhmed Tabanji”, i.e. Akhmet “Sapanchi”, which literally means ” siing-wielder”. The marble sphere – split in two and 30cms in diameter – which they are supposed to have seen next to the tomb was, according to legend, what Pakhlivan Akhmed was able to hurl with his sling over great distances. (Source -