Turkmenistan is located in the western part of Central Asia. The country extends 1100 km from west to east and 650 km from north to south.



Ashgabat is the capital of Turkmenistan and the largest administrative, political, transport, trade, scientific and cultural center of the country.



Turkmen culture has a multi-millenary history. National art developed through history from people’s creativity and the preservation of traditions by artisans such as jewelers, potters, blacksmiths, weavers, builders and carpenters.



Turkmenistan has been at the crossroads of civilizations for centuries. In medieval times, Merv was one of the great cities of the Islamic world and an important stop on the Silk Road, a caravan route used for trade with China until the mid-15th century.



The capital of Turkmenistan acts as a cultural and sports center for the country. Its facilities include 6 theaters, 5 state museums, 20 universities, research and design institutes, other than several sport facilities including the Ashgabat Olympic Complex.


Customs Regulations

Goods and items brought into Turkmenistan as personal baggage intended for personal use or gifts will not be subject to taxes or duties and are classed as a Personal Use imports. Goods and items brought into Turkmenistan for profit or financial gain are classed as commercial imports and will be subject to taxes and duties.


Sahypadaky maglumat ýalňyşlyklaryny ýa-da gabat gelen harp ýalňyşlaryny bize ibermek üçin aşakdaky formy ulanyp bilersiňiz. Internet saýdymyzy ösdürmek we dogry maglumatlar bilen üpjün etmek üçin goşandyňyza sagbolsun aýdýarys.

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