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Explore the growing capital city of Ashgabat, affectionately nicknamed the City of Love, and shop the Tolkuchka Bazaar for Turkmen carpets, handicrafts, and camels.
- See some of the capital’s more quirky attractions, such as the Carpet Museum, or the Ashgabat Flagpole, the tallest free standing flagpole in the world.
- Enjoy the natural wonders of the Karakum Desert’s colorful canyons, fossilized dinosaur tracks, and burning gas craters.
- Try the local flavors of dishes like Bilishi or Chorba, and learn about the traditional attire and lifestyle of the kind and hospitable Turkmen people.
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Karen Lindfors & Patrick Moore
Southeast Asia & Myanmar
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