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Savitsky Plaza

Savitsky Plaza Hotel was named after Igor Savitsky, Honored Art Worker of the Uzbek Soviet Socialist Republic and collector of avant-garde art. The interior design of the Savitsky Plaza hotel reveals contemporary artworks and references to the legacy of Igor Savitsky.
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Savitsky Plaza

Savitsky Plaza Hotel was named after Igor Savitsky, Honored Art Worker of the Uzbek Soviet Socialist Republic and collector of avant-garde art. Besides painting, he was studying the life history of the Kara-Kalpaks and collecting contemporary artworks. His collection formed the basis for the art museum he founded in Nukus.

The interior design of the Savitsky Plaza hotel reveals contemporary artworks and references to the legacy of Igor Savitsky.

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