- Arch of Neutrality (Ashgabat City)
- Lenin Square (Ashgabat City)
- Carpet Museum (Ashgabat City)
- Estogrulgazi Mosque (Ashgabat City)
- National Museum of History and Ethnography
- Badkhyz Reserve
- Kugitang Nature Reserve
- Ak- Depe (Big Hill)
- Turabek Khanun Mausoleum
- Mosque of Yusuf Hamadani
- Food Processing
- Petroleum Products
- Natural Gas
Hunted Facts on turkmenistan
- Trapped in a loveless marriage, he lost his two young sons to illness; later in life his whole body of work was not only confiscated by the Persians but, as he stood witness, the camel on which his precious manuscripts were loaded lost its footing and fell into a river to be swept away.
- Though Turkmenistan is predominantly a Sunni Muslim country, the religion is not militantly or strictly enforced.
- Centuries-old tribal loyalties are at least as important as Islam; even the most urbane Turkmen retains allegiance to his tribe, while in the more remote regions tribalism dominates to such an extent that each tribe is easily distinguished by dialect, style of clothing and jewellery and the patterns woven into their carpets.
- The Turkmenistan region soon came to be known as the capital of Greater Khorasan when the caliph Al-Ma'mun moved his capital to Merv.
- The October Revolution of 1917 in Russia and subsequent political unrest led to the declaration of the Turkmen Republic as one of the 15 republics of the Soviet Union in 1924.
- Turkmen is the official language of Turkmenistan, though Russian still is widely spoken as a "language of inter-ethnic communication" (per the 1992 Constitution).
- Turkmenistan is a landlocked country of Central Asia, bordering the Caspian Sea, between Iran and Kazakhstan.
- Turkmenistan's average elevation is 100 to 220 meters above sea level, with its highest point being Mount Ayrybaba (3,137 meters) in the Kugitang Range of the Pamir-Alay chain in the far east, and its lowest point in the Transcaspian Depression (100 meters below sea level).
- Turkmenistan both contributes to and suffers from the consequences of the desiccation of the Aral Sea.
- Turkmenistan, republic in the southwestern portion of Central Asia, bordered on the north by Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan, on the east by Uzbekistan and Afghanistan, on the south by Afghanistan and Iran, and on the west by the Caspian Sea.