Oct. 5, 2020, 6:07 p.m.
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The Museum of Glory
The Museum of Glory is a symbol of an integral part of the history of the Uzbek people, its participation in the Second World War and a reflection of the way of life of that time. This museum is one of the most modern and innovative museums. Historical facts and events are reflected using modern technology and interactive methods.
The entrance to the museum is decorated with a 22-meter panel painted by the People's Artist of Uzbekistan Alisher Alikulov. It depicts scenes of young uzbeks saying goodbye to their families and going to the front.
The museum has about 20,000 exhibits. All of them are collected from archival documents and a collection from the personal archives of relatives of war veterans. The Museum of Glory consists of 6 sections, the first of which reflects the mobilization of the republic's population to the front, courage on the battlefield. The second section is called “Uzbekistan - a reliable stronghold of the front”. The next section presents the branches of science, education, culture and health care of our country during the war years. Chapter 4 is called "Memories of War and Victory, the Joy of the People", and the next section is devoted to fiction, art and the press during the war. The 6th chapter "The Courage of the Brave Lives Forever" contains the 33-volume book "Memory", as well as a book-album and other exhibits published for the holiday.
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