On 28 and 30 April, charity concerts of the National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia were held in Tashkent and Bukhara under the direction of Vladimir Spivakov, People’s Artist of the USSR, UNESCO Artist of Peace.
A book of the unique manuscript heritage of Uzbekistan in the collections of Azerbaijan is being prepared for publication.
During the Design Week in Milan, from 17 to 23 April, the Tashkent Modernism. Index exhibition organized by the Art and Culture Development Foundation of Uzbekistan was held. Exhibitions in the building of the Triennale were visited by more than 77,000 people during the week.
On 25 April, a museum forum started in Samarkand as part of the MUSEOLOGY France + 5 project.
On 4 May, the grandiose exhibition "Archaeological Treasures of Uzbekistan. From Alexander the Great to the Kushan Empire” dedicated to the rich historical and cultural heritage of Uzbekistan will open its doors to visitors in Berlin, Germany.
A festival of Chinese language and culture called "Chinese language is a bridge of friendship between the youth of Uzbekistan and China", dedicated to the Day of the Chinese Language, was held on Thursday in the capital of Uzbekistan, Xinhua News Agency reported.
The French Embassy organized a visit of very talented French singer Anne Baquet to Uzbekistan. She will give her first concert on 24 April in the small hall of the State Conservatory and the second concert will be held on 26 April in the assembly hall of the music school No. 3 in Samarkand.
On 15 and 16 April, the Art and Culture Development Foundation of Uzbekistan as part of the cultural and educational program for the exhibition "Road to Samarkand. Miracles of Silk and Gold” at the Institute of the Arab World in Paris, organized a series of lectures and master classes on the applied arts of Uzbekistan.
This is a Karakhanid coin. Thin and flat, in the era of the Karakhanids, an economic crisis raged, the metal was expensive and in short supply. But despite this, the masters managed to mint up to 30 words on one coin. As a rule, these were surahs from the Koran. So that people never forget the precepts of the Prophet Muhammad.