Starting from September 1st, 2021, children in Uzbekistan will be able to visit historical sites, state museums, and exhibitions free of charge. This new procedure is a result of the presidential decree “On priority measures for the implementation of the new version of the Constitution of the Republic of Uzbekistan.”
Children and teenagers under the age of 18 will now have the opportunity to visit cultural heritage sites across the nation. This decision was made to instill a sense of national pride and love for the Motherland in the younger generation, as defined in Article 78 of the Constitution.
This new policy is expected to encourage children to learn more about the rich cultural landscape of Uzbekistan and appreciate its historical significance. It will also provide more opportunities for families to enjoy informative and educational outings together.
This move is a significant step towards promoting education and cultural awareness, and it’s a positive development for the country’s cultural preservation efforts. With free access for children to museums and historical sites, Uzbekistan is undoubtedly setting a shining example for other countries to follow.