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In Yakutia will build "Olonholand"

The construction of the innovative complex Olonkho Land (Olonholand) in Yakutsk will begin in 2017. The cost of the architectural complex will be 15-16 billion rubles. The final delivery of the entire complex is scheduled for 2021.

“At the moment, the first stage of the project is in progress, which includes architectural competitions and competitions for the development of design and estimate documentation,” Elena Fedorova, director of the Zemlya Olonkho Design Company Foundation, told Interfax.

It is assumed that the facilities of the North-Eastern Federal University, the Arctic State Institute of Culture and Art, the Technopark of Yakutia, a recreation park and other scientific, educational and cultural institutions will be located on the territory of Olonholand.

Olonkho is the common name of numerous Yakut heroic tales, the average size of which reaches 10-15 thousands of lines of poetry, and the largest - up to 20 thousands, sometimes - up to 50 thousands of lines. The main content of Olonkho are the exploits of the heroes, aimed at the benefit of the upper and middle worlds in the epic battle against the lower world.

The Yakut heroic epic of Olonkho in 2005 was proclaimed "The Masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity" by UNESCO.

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