UNESCO declared Boysun, area located in Surkhandarya region in Uzbekistan, as one of the "Masterpieces of Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity". This fact stimulated promotion of traditional heritage in Central Asia. Different areas became subject to development and preservation programs.
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Analysis of the development of Uzbek traditional clothes shows that in large cities such as: Tashkent, Bukhara and Samarkand, production of clothes were more advanced than in regions. Tadjik culture had significant influence on Samarkand clothing. As well as Samarkand art played role in Tadjik cu
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The national costume of the Samarkand women at the end of the 19th - 20th cc. 

The history of the Uzbek national costume testifies that it developed and modified much faster under influence of the urban culture in the large centers of Uzbekistan - Bukhara, Samarkand, Tashkent and others than on the periphery. In Samarkand, the permanent contacts of the Uzbeks and Tadjiks and mutual influence of their cultures were reflected in the traditional costume.

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