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In the Magadan region, a modern ethnocultural center

In Tauisk, one of the oldest settlements in the Magadan Region, the first large, modern ethno-cultural center opened its doors.

The ethnocultural center was visited by Vladimir Pecheny, governor of the Magadan Region. He noted the importance of creating such centers for the preservation and development of the culture of the indigenous peoples of the North, and also promised that similar centers would be opened in other national villages of Kolyma.

The construction of an ethno-cultural center was spent 71 million rubles. It houses the Taui Museum of Regional Studies, which stores the cultural and everyday life of the inhabitants of the coast: a unique wooden calendar for the Chivases, saddles for horse riding on reindeer, hunting weapons,

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