A Virtual Tour Of The Museums Of The Turkic World

A virtual tour of the museums of the Turkic world

On May 18-24 this year will be held the "Week of museums of the Turkic world". Within the framework of the project, a virtual tour for children and youth to the museums of member countries and observers of the International…

Azerbaijani Carpets At An Exhibition In Istanbul

Azerbaijani carpets at an exhibition in Istanbul

The exhibition of ancient and rare Azerbaijani carpets opened on March 13 in Istanbul at the Museum of Turkish and Islamic Works, which houses the world's largest Islamic culture. Within the framework of the three-month exhibition, twelve unique Azerbaijani carpets…

Virtual Exhibition At The Azerbaijan Carpet Museum

Virtual exhibition at the Azerbaijan carpet museum

The exhibition "New Pearls of the Collection" has opened at the Azerbaijan National Carpet Museum, which can be watched online. Shirin Melikova, director of the Azerbaijan National Carpet Museum, said that due to the danger of the spread of coronavirus,…

“Echo of Soviet Azerbaijan. Carpet. Embroidery. Poster”

The State Museum of Oriental Art of Russia, in cooperation with the Azerbaijan National Carpet Museum (ANCM), is holding an exhibition called “Echo of Soviet Azerbaijan. Carpet. Embroidery. Poster.” The main theme of the exhibition is the Soviet-era symbolism found…

Azerbaijan Carpet Museum

Azerbaijan Carpet Museum

Azerbaijan Carpet Museum established in Baku in 1967, being the first carpet museum in the world is the very place that can familiarize all the interested with the unique examples of the national carpets. The main purpose of the creation of…

Azerbaijan Carpet Museum. Carpet Museum In Baku, Azerbaijan

Baku Carpet Museum

Designed by acclaimed Austrian architect Franz Janz, Baku Carpet Museum highlights all areas of the Azerbaijani carpet making school and features a wide assortment of centuries-old carpets and thread-work samples. The new building houses 13,300 exhibits and items, including carpets, thread-work…