The Fergana Valley is the land of hereditary artisans who have retained the ancient secrets of the manual production of silk and original ceramics until our days. In the valley you can visit silk making shops and a factory in Margilan, where you can watch the making of the famous handmade khan atlas satin following ancient technologies, and see the village of Rishtan, Uzbekistan’s main ceramic pottery. The blue glaze ceramics made in the village is truly unique and it is the ceramic souvenirs from Rishtan that are the most popular among tourists.
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Type of accommodation: Hotels 3*
Single supplement – 35 USD.
Sites entrance fees – 15 USD/per person/on all route;
Visa support for Uzbekistan – 45 USD/per person;
For additional payment one of Rishtan’s artisans can give you a master class in making ceramics. The cost is – 15 USD/per person.
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