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Monument Arch of Neutrality, Ashgabat

Categories: Observation Decks, Monuments, Tourist Spots
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An imposing landmark of the capital Monument Arch of Neutrality, stands as an impressive three-legged white tower glorifying the essence of Turkmenistan's complex policy. Topped by a gilt 12 m (39 ft) statue of the country's first president, this 95 m (312 ft) tall structure is set in a white marble town in a picturesque park. The popular Tripod features an observation deck at 45 m (148 ft) from where you can get panoramic views of the city. There is a museum with a collection of state gifts presented to the President Saparmurat Niyazov. Observe the changing of guards at the foot of the tower. Arrange to visit Monument Arch of Neutrality and other attractions in Ashgabat using our Ashgabat trip itinerary builder.
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  • If I understood correctly, this monument was originally built by the first president, Niyazov, to celebrate the UN declaration of Turkmenistan's neutrality. His golden statue at the top revolved so th...  read more »
  • This neutrality monument built originally in the city centre is located in a wide park with many water features. You can go with two elevators to the observation deck and has a beautiful view on the southern areas of the city.
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  • It is a dispensable, but okay to understand the strange grandeur of the city. Actually is a place more than all the strange Ashgabat full of sources, street lamps and leds of multiple colors. Really who has defined it, always talking about the new city, as a mixture of Las Vegas and Pyongyang has not missed much.
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