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An international conference was held within the framework of the “3D DIGITAL SILK ROAD” project

The National University of Uzbekistan hosted an international conference within the framework of the "3D DIGITAL SILK ROAD" project. This "3D DIGITAL SILK ROAD" project is being implemented in cooperation with Mirzo Ulugbek National University of Uzbekistan, Lublin University of Technology, Polish National University, Samarkand State University, Chirchik State Pedagogical University and Urgench State University.
The "3D DIGITAL SILK ROAD" project promotes Uzbek history, cultural heritage, art and culture, literature and national traditions to the world level by bringing Uzbekistan's museums to the world level, at the same time the education system of foreign universities and noble goals, such as acquaintance with their libraries, establishing cooperation with them, exchange of experience, development of relations with psychologists of the world in the future, popularization of the achievements of our psychology.
The scientific and practical conference was attended by professors and students of the Mirzo Ulugbek National University of Uzbekistan, Lublin University of Technology, Polish National University, Samarkand State University, Chirchik State Pedagogical University and Urgench State University.

The first session of the conference presented the scientific and practical results of 3D digitization of the Silk Road cultural heritage, cooperation between Lublin University of Technology and i Silk Road area universities, as well as the importance of the Great Silk Road in the development of cultural relations of Central Asia, lectures by uzbek and foreign scientists were heard.
For reference, the international conference within the framework of the "3D DIGITAL SILK ROAD" project will be held until September 9 of this year.

Press service of the NUU