Monuments of Karakalpakstan in the Field of View of Archaeologists
Keywords:View, unexplored, Archaeologists
Karakalpakstan - a truly unexplored krayb occupies 37% of the territory of Uzbekistan and most of ancient Khorezm, called by Herodotus the country of 1100 cities. There are over 1,000 archaeological sites here, many of which are unique historical and cultural monuments of world significance, which is a unique phenomenon in itself. Here, the Devkesken rampart crossing the mouth of the Ustyurt is a prototype of the Great Wall of China. The cult center of Zoroastrianism Koi-Krylgan-Kala. Outstanding architectural monuments of the late antique period, for example, the Toprak-Kala Palace, through which, according to the ancient builders, the Axis of the World passed, and many dozens of ancient settlements, among which the recently excavated ancient capital of Khorezm - the birthplace of the great scientist Beruni, and Muslim shrines, and Mizdahkam - "Gaur-Kala" - the city of Zoroastrian fire-worshippers.
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