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October 18 is the opening day of the State Museum of the History of the Timurids
It was opened on October 1996, 18 in honor of the 660th anniversary of the birth of Amir Temur, a great general known throughout the world.
The three-story round building of the museum is decorated in classical oriental style with a dome. The interior of the building is exquisitely decorated with marble, unique paintings, unique patterns and golden water.
On the walls of the halls, the life of Amir Temur, as well as pictures reflecting the atmosphere of those times, are depicted in the style of frescoes.
The most fascinating part of the museum is the 8,5-meter-high crystal chandelier, which dazzles the eyes with 106 pendants.
The museum fund has more than 3 exhibits. Here you can see medieval jewelry, clothing, musical instruments, tools and other items.
A copy of Uthman's Koran, the holy book of Muslims, is kept in the central hall.