The Caspian Sea is the world's largest inland body of water, variously classed as the world's largest lake or a full-fledged sea.
The Karakum Desert, also spelled Kara-Kum and Gara-Gum, is a desert in Central Asia.
Merv, also known as the Merve Oasis, formerly known as Alexandria, Antiochia in Margiana and Marw al-Shāhijān, was a major Iranian city in…
Nisa was an ancient settlement of the Parthians, located near the Bagyr neighborhood of Ashgabat, Turkmenistan, 18 km west of the city…
The Garabogazköl, or Garabogazköl Aylagy, is a shallow, water-filled, highly-saline depression in the northwestern corner of Turkmenistan.
The Kyzylkum Desert is the 15th largest desert in the world. Its name means Red Sand in Turkic languages.
The Darvaza gas crater, also known as the Door to Hell or Gates of Hell, is a natural gas field collapsed into a cavern near Darvaza,…
Minsk Automobile Plant is a state-run automotive manufacturer association in Belarus, one of the largest in Eastern Europe.
Iran Khodro, branded as IKCO, is an Iranian automaker headquartered in Tehran. IKCO was founded in 1962 as Iran National.
Monument of Neutrality is a monument originally located in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan. In 2010 it was moved to the suburbs.
Rukhiyet Palace is a palace in the capital city of Asgabat in Turkmenistan.
Oriental bazaar Altyn Asyr also known locally as Täze jygyldyk is the largest market in Turkmenistan, and the fifth-largest in Central Asia.
The Tomb of Ahmad Sanjar is a mausoleum commemorating Ahmad Sanjar, a Seljuk ruler of Khorasan.
The Türkmenbaşy Gulf or Türkmenbaşy Aýlagy or Türkmenbaşy Bay is a bay of the Caspian Sea in the coast of Turkmenistan.
The State Cultural Centre of Turkmenistan is a multipurpose performance facility in the Ashgabat, Turkmenistan.
The Ashgabat Flagpole is a flagpole in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan. It is 133 metres tall, making it the 4th tallest free–standing and 5th…
The gates of hell are various places on the surface of the world that have acquired a legendary reputation for being entrances to the…
When the Soviets were looking for oil in 1971, the ceiling of an underground cave collapsed allowing natural gas to leak.