The Akhal-Teke horse - is a riding horse breed, bred in the territory of modern Turkmenistan, presumably about 5000 years ago. This is the oldest of the cultivated breeds, which influenced many breeds - Arabian, thoroughbred horse (or English racehorse), etc. It belongs, along with thoroughbred horse and Arabian, to the number of thoroughbred breeds, since it is a reference riding horse and has not been had crosses with other breeds. Well adapted to dry hot climates and perfectly acclimatized in other conditions.
Alabai - is a fearless dog breed that almost never shows aggression first. Seeing a stranger on its territory, at first it barks and growls, and acts only if there is a provocation. The representatives of this breed have a strong character, and not everyone can cope with it.
Turkmen carpets - Hand-made Turkmen carpets have historically occupied an important place in Turkmen life. They were used in “communication with God” (“namazlyk” - prayer rugs), contributed to the solemnity of “asmalyk” (family holiday), replaced wardrobes and dressers (“khurzhuny”, “chuvala”, “baggy”), insulated and decorated the dwelling ("Khaly", "chuvali", "ensi", "gapalyks"). Turkmen carpets were distinguished by their practicality, durability and beauty.