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The community elected one of the first Bahá'í local administrative institutions.In 1908 the Bahá'í community completed the construction of the first Bahá'í House of Worship, sometimes referred to by its Arabic name of mašriqu-l-'aḏkār (Arabic: The House of Worship itself was surrounded by gardens, with four buildings at the four corners of the gardens: a school, a hostel where travelling Bahá'ís were entertained, a small hospital, and a building for groundskeepers.In 1908, the first Bahá'í House of Worship was built in Askhabat.It was badly damaged in the 1948 earthquake and finally demolished in 1963.
There are also many foreign citizens working as diplomats or clerks in the embassies of their respective countries.
Russia developed the area as it was close to the border of British-influenced Persia, and the population grew from 2,500 in 1881 to 19,428 (of whom one third were Persian) in 1897.
It was regarded as a pleasant town with European style buildings, shops, and hotels.
Ashgabat is primarily a government and administrative centre.
The business centre of Ashgabat is on the Archabil highway.Much of the city was destroyed by the 1948 Ashgabat earthquake but has since seen extensive renovation under President Niyazov's urban renewal project.) in Persian.