Typical House In The Authentic Village Of Nokhur, Made By Sun-Dried Bricks, The Kopet Dag Mountains, Turkmenistan

Nokhur is a settlement located in Turkmenistan. The area is known for sacred places connected to the Persian legend of the Peri, most notably the Gyz-bibi cave. The small and relatively untouched village of Nohur rests in an unmarked valley of the Kopet Dag Mountains, which make up the border of Iran and southern Turkmenistan. The people of Nohur dress and act conservatively, and their traditions have been able to survive Turkmenistan’s modernisation because of the remoteness of their village. Nohurli consider themselves as descendants of Alexander the Great.


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Creative #:537764230HD
Licence type:Rights-ready
Collection:Image Bank Film
Clip length:00:00:11:18
Location:Nokhur, Turkmenistan
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