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Yodgorlik Silk Factory, Margilan

(5/5 based on 15 reviews on the web)
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  • The guided tour of what is undoubtedly the most famous silk factory of the most famous wine-growing region of this splendid artifact is an activity not to be missed if you are, even in passing, in this city. You will be able to closely observe the entire process, from living matter to off and then to the fabric. Spinning and weaving, still largely carried out with traditional methods and machinery, are a sight that can be appreciated mainly thanks to detailed explanations of the staff. Obviously at the end of the visit (or independently of it) you can buy the end products of so much skill.
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  • All parts of the production process are undertaken here, from the feeding of the silk worms with mulberry leaves, through dyeing with natural vegetal and mineral dyes, to the weaving of the final clot...  more »
  • I went to field trips for high school students. Is located near the Centre of Margilan Atlas fabric factory. You can observe from the spun yarn. Rather than products that are sold within the local currency and USD is available for purchase.
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  • We have been with a tour guide. They show "ancient" production of silk. Start with cocon to dye process till weaving by hand and with quite old Russian machinery. Of course followed by a shop. They have fair prices a nd do not push to buy .
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