• 14th session of the General Assembly of IICAS 14th session of the General Assembly of IICAS 14th session of the General Assembly of IICAS 14th session of the General Assembly of IICAS 14th session of the General Assembly of IICAS 14th session of the General Assembly of IICAS 14th session of the General Assembly of IICAS 14th session of the General Assembly of IICAS 14th session of the General Assembly of IICAS 14th session of the General Assembly of IICAS
    14th session of the General Assembly of IICAS
  • IICAS announces the forthcoming monograph publication
    IICAS announces the forthcoming monograph publication
  • Training for the assessment of the state of conservation of historical buildings. Training for the assessment of the state of conservation of historical buildings. Training for the assessment of the state of conservation of historical buildings. Training for the assessment of the state of conservation of historical buildings.
    Training for the assessment of the state of conservation of historical buildings.

International Institute for Central Asian Studies by the UNESCO Silk Road Programme

The International Institute for Central Asian Studies was established in 1995 in Samarkand (Uzbekistan) as a result of a large-scale UNESCO project on the Silk Road. The idea of ​​creating the institute arose during the work of an international scientific expedition along the Central Asian steppe route, organized as part of the Integrated Study of the Silk Road - Dialogue Project, the main project of the decade on cultural development (1987-1997). Following the official establishment of IICAI on July 5, 1995, the Director-General of UNESCO, Mr. Federico Mayor, during his official visit to Uzbekistan, inaugurated the institute on August 27, 1995 in Samarkand.

Adress

9, University boulevard street, Samarkand, Uzbekistan, 140129

Telephone

8 66 239 15 40

Email

info@unesco-iicas.org

iicasunesco@gmail.com

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ARCHIVE MATERIALS OF CENTRAL ASIA
ARCHIVE MATERIALS OF CENTRAL ASIA

Preparation of the scientific reports and theses for the monographic publication in order to preserve and promote this part of the cultural heritage.

CULTURAL HERITAGE OF THE PEOPLES OF CENTRAL ASIA
CULTURAL HERITAGE OF THE PEOPLES OF CENTRAL ASIA

Album “Karakalpak Ornaments: Form and Significance”.