Bakharys oasis Baviti the Museum of inheritance of an oasis
Most visited "show" in Baviti is a Museum of inheritance of the oasis, made Mohammed Eed, the 29-year-old artist self-educated person who has been inspired by Badr from Farafra. Certain consider that its sculptures from refractory clay are more expressive, than at Badra, but it still should reach furore abroad. Both artists represent lifestyle which was practically gone in oases, itself it is not enough at guys, whose work once consisted in hunting for gazelles and tkaniya of mats. The clothes and bread were done by houses (the role of ladies not so has exchanged).
The bedouin inclined to get drunk from арыка, and the barber-doctor who is looking after the writhing patient, serve as a reminder that life was not that bucolic. Starenkye of scenery and clothes, trailing on walls, appropriate still bigger credibility to an interior. This museum cannot be passed, as outside there are two camels in true size near which the lady bears jugs with water. An entrance free, but donations are welcomed. Mohammed is at present occupied with a new museum which is in 1 km outside of the small town: on the bolshenny fenced site with a dovecot and beehives sculptures, in number which man shooting from a shelter, and another which a usual method cure of rheumatism hot sticks, Baviti's also three-dimensional panorama take place still. If you wish to visit a museum, Mohammed can be found in an ancient museum or to call (02/847-3666 or 012 710-7965). In any case the museum is clearly visible near the highway, about turn on Aguz.