Avesto Monument
Avesto Monument
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오전 12:00~오후 11:59
오전 12:00 - 오후 11:59
오전 12:00 - 오후 11:59
오전 12:00 - 오후 11:59
오전 12:00 - 오후 11:59
오전 12:00 - 오후 11:59
오전 12:00 - 오후 11:59
오전 12:00 - 오후 11:59
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올덴부르크, 독일포스팅 1,515건
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2019년 10월
Das Denkmal zeigt ein wenig von der kulturellen Herkunft dieser Region vor der Islamisierung mit heiligem Feuer und heiliger Schrift, die leider mit Graffiti überschmiert ist. Leider ist das Avesto Museum geschlossen. Die Lage des Monuments neben dem Kanal ist sehr gelungen.
2019년 11월 11일 작성
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Andrew M
포스팅 7,280건
풍선 5개 중 5.0
2019년 7월
The Avesto monument is located in the Avesta park complex on Sheroziy Street. This area is in the town center and easily reached by shared taxi or walking. We had seen many pieces in Uzbekistan museums related to the Zoroastrian religion, but this was the first monument that we had visited. The monument is the centerpiece of the park, and we thought at the most beautiful location in the city. The two bridges over the Shavat canal can be seen from this site and makes for great photos as the monument background.

The monument is 18 meters tall. We thought that the monument bore resemblance to the lower section of the "Faravahar", which is the most recognisable symbol of Zoroastrianism. A white book sculpture was at the base of this structure, and immediately behind it was a sculpture of a flame, another easily recognisable symbol of the religion. The monument area was surrounded by a low yellow perimeter fence. The architect is P Salayev, and it was installed in 2001 to celebrate the 2700th year of the religion.

We heard after visiting the site, that a museum on the history of Zoroastrianism was located in the eastern section of the park. We were not having much luck, as we had also missed the Avesta museum in the Matpana Baya Madrassah in Khiva, as it was not accessible when we tried to visit earlier in the day. The Avesta is thought to originate from Central Asia, as it mentions Bactria, Sogdia and Merv. The Avesta is said to be made up of 21 books (f written and 16 oral). It is estimated that over 1 million persons still follow this religion, particularly in India and Iran.The earth, fire, water and air are considered the sacred elements, and the dead are not buried. We had seen these burial urns (ossuaries) in many museums in Central Asia and China.

Empires which followed this religion include Achaemenid, Parthian and Sassanian. Zoroaster is said to have lived in 1,000 BC.He wrote about Ahura Mazda, being the god of wisdom, who communicated knowledge to him. It is said that Alexander the Great destroyed all writings by Zoroaster when he conquered the Achaemenid Empire, but fire temples were still being used as a place for worship until the arab invasion in the 7th century. It is at this time that the religion was replaced by islam in most of Central and Southern Asia.

We thought this was a great park and monument and regretted not visiting the museum.If you walk northeast, the Al Khorezmi statue and clock tower can be viewed. If you walk east along the canal, and turn right, the Jalalladin Park can be viewed. This is a great area to sit and watch the canal.
2019년 11월 6일 작성
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