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The Palace of Nations in Tajikistan is award-winning. "ASIA-Plus" 03/05/2016

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During the annual NWFA Wood Flooring Expo meeting in April 28th, 2016, were announced the winners of "The 2016 Wood Floor of the Year". One of the eight winners was the Palace of Nations — the residence of the President of Tajikistan, Radio Ozodi says.

Svetlana Nakhimova, a representative of the company "Yantarnaya Pryad-Parquet", in a conversation with Radio Ozodi reported that Yantarnaya has already got lots of customers in Tajikistan. Some projects have already been completed and some of them are still ongoing. The real professionals of Yantarnaya, which are engaged in the production of parquet floors and their later decoration, participated in working out the wooden floors for the Palace of Nations and Kokhi  Navruz in Dushanbe, as well as Tea House Hurramshahr in Dangara. The floor covering of the Palace of Nations in this competition was awarded a prize in the nomination for the Best CNC - Laser Cut. 

This floor measures a whopping 28.900 square feet, and every element, from the smallest at 50 square inches to the largest at 63 by 51 inches, was out by one of Yantarnaya Pryad-Parquet`s 17 CNC machines. It took 13 people three months to complete the hall, located in Dushanbe, Tajikistan. These halls are used to hold meetings, and the decoration is done in such a way that a person simply admires.

The second prize awarded to this Russian company in Springfield is related to the "Best restoration" — the Winter Palace of the Hermitage in St. Petersburg. The floor coating was made for the Russian Empress Catherine II in the 18th century, and the masters of Yantarnaya carried out restoration works.

Construction of the Palace of Nations in the center of Dushanbe was started in 2002. On the eve of the meeting of the heads of the countries of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization in Dushanbe in 2008, it was put into operation. The Palace of Nations is part of large complex, which includes the Flag Park, Rudaki Park, the National Library, the National Museum and several other buildings that radically changed the appearance of the center of the Tajik capital compared to the 90s.

According to: http://news.tj/ru/news/napolnoe-izobrazhenie-dvortsa-natsii-v-tadzhikistane-udostoeno-nagrady