Law “On protection, export and import of the objects of cultural heritage”. | Land Portal

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Março 2016
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This Law regulates relations in the sphere of identification, conservation, management, promotion, public protection, import and export of the objects of cultural heritage thus ensuring the right of Turkmen people to conservation and development of its national identity. Objects of historical and cultural heritage shall be considered those created fifty and more years ago. The Cabinet of Ministers shall set forth rules and regulations concerning ownership, management and disposal of the object of historical and cultural heritage. The competent authority shall keep and update public register of the objects of historical and cultural heritage and shall enforce legislation dealing therewith. Identified objects of historical and cultural heritage shall be subject to mandatory public expertise.

Repeals: Law “On protection of the objects of cultural heritage”. (2012-10-19)

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Monica Simone (CONSLEG)


Present-day Turkmenistan covers territory that has been at the crossroads of civilizations for centuries. The area was ruled in antiquity by various Persian empires, and was conquered by Alexander the Great, Muslim armies, the Mongols, Turkic warriors, and eventually the Russians. In medieval times, Merv (located in present-day Mary province) was one of the great cities of the Islamic world and an important stop on the Silk Road. Annexed by Russia in the late 1800s, Turkmenistan later figured prominently in the anti-Bolshevik movement in Central Asia.

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