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In Moscow, the Yakut national holiday YSYAKH
On June 14, in Moscow, on the territory of the Kolomenskoye Museum-Reserve, the traditional national state holiday of the Yakut people YSYAH will take place. The holiday will be held in the capital for the eighth time, this year it is dedicated to two significant events - the Year of Culture in Russia and the Year of the Arctic in Yakutia. The organizers are the Governments of Moscow and the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), the Permanent Mission of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia).
Ysyutia Ysyakh - “New Year” of Yakutia - is celebrated since ancient times at the beginning of summer, when nature awakens after a long winter.
Kolomensky's guests will be able to get acquainted with the unique culture of the Sakha people, learn about what Algys, Khomus, Uwahai, drink koumiss, watch competitions in national sports, take part in contests and games, an exhibition and a gala concert.
Entrance to the holiday is free.