A Little Information about Turkmenistan (2)
My hometown is the of Turkmenabat and It is very dear to me, because I was born here which it is the second largest city in Turkmenistan. The population of Turkmenabat is over 254 thousand people. The city is located in the province of Lebap in the northeast of the country, which has borders Uzbekistan in the north, Afghanistan in the east with another three provinces Mary, Ahal, Dashoguz. Türkmenabat is located on the banks wild river of the Amu-Darya River.
The climate of the Turkmenabat is extreme summer heat and cool winters with frosts. There is snow in the north and in the mountains. In the south and east the weather is dry especially in summer. Beauty Turkmenabat can be seen in April and in May, these are the best months for a beautiful blossoming deserts and mountains. And September and October are great for an abundance of fresh fruits and vegetables.
Turkmenabat is a country with the glorious past. It is rich in historical monuments and different places of interest, there are many historical interesting places in Turkmenabat. It is Dayahattin Kervansaray, Amul' Settlement, Allamberdar Mausoleum, these are famous historical places and the tourist attractions in Central Asia. Repetek Reserve and Nature Reserve Museum Amu Darya are also in Turkmenabad and the animal world is very diverse there. Many different animals live in nature reserve: wolves, foxes, hares, squirrels, chipmunks. Nowadays Turkmenabat doesn't look the same way it looked before. There are a lot of tall buildings of marble. The present-day city is almost entirely of new construction. It is the city with broad streets and avenues, modern architecture. Besides, the central street of our town is beautifully decorated with red, white and yellow tulips. It makes our town very beautiful and nice.
The world's largest handwoven rug has got a big carpet museum in Turkmenabat which produces to the carpet factory. In order to Turkmen rugs and jewelry to withdraw from the country must present the official receipt and registration form from the store where it was produced for sale.
Turkmen people have at all times remained courteous people devoted to the traditions of hospitality. They have always treated a guest as a messenger of Allah. Hence, there is a proverb: "The guest is higher than the father". Our door is always open for all.
In conclusion I'd like to add that there is no place like my home town. It is a peaceful and beautiful town. The people in my hometown live in peace and harmony. I love the peace and quiet in my hometown.