The film tells about the ancient Turkmen dynasty of Yomud. The film includes the following filming: the view of the Caspian Sea, the seaport in Krasnovodsk, trade in the city bazaar, views of Krasnovodsk, the simultaneous story of Karash Nikolayevich Iomudsky about the family, desert landscapes, the work of a scientific expedition in the desert, the protection of diplomas by hydrogeological students, the movement of ships along the canal, view of the ruins of an ancient city in the sands. General view of St. Petersburg. Transport movement along Nevsky Prospect. Views of the Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood, the Spit of Vasilyevsky Island, Troitsky Bridge, Alexander Garden, Bank Bridge over the Griboyedov Canal, Lomonosov Bridge across the Fontanka, the monument to Alexander Pushkin on the Arts Square, the Hermitage and the Admiralty buildings. France. Views of Paris: Eiffel Tower, Place de la Concorde, Notre Dame Cathedral, Seine embankment, traffic, Russian cemetery Sainte-Genevieve-des-Bois, I. Bunin's grave. The film uses footage from a chronicle that captures the events that took place in Turkmenistan in the 1920s and 25s: the people's life of the Turkmens, the establishment of Soviet power in Turkmenistan, views of the city of Poltorotsk (now Ashgabat). The film includes fragments of one of the feature films dedicated to Turkmenistan and filmed at the "Turkmenfilm" studio.