Fayzulla Khodjaev Museum

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Fabrics of the XIX-XX cc

The collection includes the fabrics produced in silk-weaving centers of Central Asia such as Bukhara, Kitab, Qarshi, Khodjent, Samarkand, Margilan, and Kokand. Besides, there are several kinds of fabrics brought from India, China, Russia, and other European countries. The samples of hand-made fabrics, mainly silk, semi-silk, and cotton, are represented by shohi, beqasam, adras, alocha, bakhmal, gulbosma, qalami fabrics as well as block-prints. Read more

Clothes

Clothes collection Read more

How to Reach

Ark, the citadel of the Bukharan rulers

2 Afrasiyab Street, Registan square, Bukhara

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Tours and Lectures

Tours

For those decided to visit the museums of Bukhara alone or with family or friends, the tour bureau offers thematic tours along the diverse exhibitions of the museum-preserve – both in the old section of the city and its suburbs. Read more

Contact Information

General Information

General information on the Ark museum Read more

Nodir Devonbegi Khonaqo

Nodir Devonbegi Khonaqo Read more

Decorative – Applied Art

The applied art collection has 2,420 articles. The collection mainly includes the belongings left after the Bukharan emir. These are crockery items, furniture, and jewelry artifacts. Read more

Archeology

The collection of archaeological objects is divided into 67 collections. It consists of 10, 523 items. Of those 489 are related to the Neolithic- (the Darbazakir settlement, the 5th -3rd cc. BC) and 57 to the Bronze Ages (the Zamon-bobo settlement, the 3rd -2nd cc. BC). Read more

Information about Museum Departments

History department (from ancient time to early 20th century)

This is one of the oldest research departments in the museum, functioning since 1923. It also includes the archaeology section. The department’ s depository has about 14,000 objects. There are six members of the staff in the department. The department chair is M. Niyazova. Read more

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