The Kashgar Museum is also known as the Kashgar Silk Road Museum because it lies on what was known as the silk route in ancient times. The museum covers an area of 2360 square meters and is divided into 10 main sections. The artifacts displayed show an influence of Chinese, Islamic, Persian, India, Turkish, Buddhist, Zoroastrian, Manichaean, and early Christian cultures. You can see beautiful examples of bronze items, ceramics, paintings, rugs, sculptures, calligraphy, seals, coins, furniture, jade items, handicrafts, wooden and bronze figurines, etc. some of which are 3000 to 4000 years old and are precious, irreplaceable relics.