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Turkmenistan clothing and jewellery
three young boys standing next to each other on the beach with their arms around one another
Siblings in Turkmenistan
an old building with balconies and windows
Architecture. Turkmenistan
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Turkmen Fashion
a woman with long braids wearing a pink dress and holding onto her hand while standing in the grass
Turkmen fashion | ©kasimaby, via JPG Photos
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Cordiform Pendant | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Turkmen | Pendant; Silver with gold wash details, and carnelian stones. Hamsa, Traditional Jewelry, Pendants, Antique Jewellery, Antique Jewelry
Turkmen | Pendant; Silver with gold wash details, and carnelian stones.
sand dunes in the desert with sparse grass
Karakum desert, Turkmenistan
two people standing in front of a large fire pit with lava coming out of it
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The Door to Hell, Derweze, Ahal Province, Karakul Desert, Turkmenistan
three girls in red dresses are standing together
Central Asia | Turmenistan girls in traditional dress and jewellery | ©Daniel Islami
a man riding on the back of a white horse next to a black and brown dog
Turkmenistan. with Akhal Teke horse
an adobe building in the middle of nowhere
The Parthian Fortresses of Nisa in Turkmenistan, consist of two tells of Old and New Nisa, indicating the site of one of the earliest and most important cities of the Parthian Empire, a major power from the mid 3rd century BC to the 3rd century AD. They conserve the unexcavated remains of an ancient civilization which skilfully combined its own traditional cultural elements with those of the Hellenistic and Roman west.
an old rug with horses and other animals on it's sides, in red and white colors
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Yomut Asmalyk, a trapping used in a Turkmen wedding procession. Asmalyks may be pile or embroidered and are usually 5 sided.
Silk Road: Turkmen wedding gowns - Mary, Mary - Turkmenistan, Tops, Gowns, Wedding Gowns, Silk Road, Mary, Kimono Top
Silk Road: Turkmen wedding gowns - Mary, Mary - Turkmenistan,