Khiva from above

Khiva, one of the international tourist centers, was recognized as an open-air museum all over the world. On the territory of the state there are more than 122 archaeological monuments and architectural monuments belonging to the VI-V centuries. BC. until the XX century.

 Khiva occupies a special place among the ancient cities, with its historical history and monumental preservation of its architectural monuments. Especially the part of Ichan-Kala Khiva is the only city preserved in Central Asia, its fateful history is closely connected with the historical cultural development of Khorezm, the oldest cultural oasis in the world.

On December 12, 1990 Khiva was the first city in Central Asia that became a "World Heritage Site" by a special resolution of 14 UNESCO sessions in Canada. Celebrating the 2500th anniversary of Bukhara and Khiva, the two largest and largest cities of our country in 1997 under the auspices of UNESCO, attests to the worldwide recognition of the city.

  Khiva, one of the oldest museums in Uzbekistan, is a historical architectural state museum complex, located on an area of ​​26 hectares, with the ancient walls of Ichan-Kala, you ask.

Museum - Historical and architectural monuments of 54 mosques located on the porch territory, are inhabited by 2600 inhabitants in 360 houses.

 Fifteen independent expositions located in 69 halls of the museum preserve the history of Khorezm and Khiva and its contribution to world culture.