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Democratic party of Uzbekistan

“Milliy Tiklanish”

Amir Timur Museum

Amir Timur Museum

Amir Timur Museum

Since Uzbekistan became independent in 1991, great attention was paid to revive the nation's spiritual and cultural heritage, including historical persons who had an important role in world civilization. Among those was Amir Temur, the warlord, politician and reformer, patron of science, education, trade, culture and craft. Having established a great centralized state, he strengthened its power and greatness, and also united many nations and people. Amir Temur's rule promoted science, education, culture, architecture, the fine arts, music and poetry, laying the foundations of the Temurid Renaissance.

President Islam Karimov has encouraged celebration of Timur, linking the Mongol ruler's achievements with the President's own style of governing.[2][3] Karimov declared 1996 to be the “Year of Amir Temur”, and the 660th anniversary was widely celebrated in Uzbekistan. Resolution 99 of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan dated March 14, 1996 was to build a State Museum in central Tashkent, featuring the Temurids' history.

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